Is there a better example of what a country can do with good leadership? Governor Aisa Kirabo is right, if the Rwandans had unveiled this ambition immediately after the events of 1994 people would have thought they were nuts. But as we mentioned in a piece about African leadership last October, Kagame is the most impressive of the current crop of leaders.
To become a middle-income country, and the information, technology, business and tourism hub for Central and Eastern Africa by 2020. It may be a heavily-indebted poor country, but anyone care to bet against Rwanda?
The BBC World Service has a 23-minute audio stream about the country's recent history and new ambitions that's worth a listen.