The Rwandan government finds itself overwhelmed by an unexpected flood of inquiries from Brits eager to leave the UK behind and start anew in the African nation. This sudden surge in interest has left officials scratching their heads and wondering if they accidentally stumbled upon the world’s best-kept secret.

“It’s like the Brits have finally discovered what we’ve known all along – Rwanda is the place to be!” exclaimed one government official, trying to make sense of the influx of inquiries.

Rwanda, known for its breathtaking landscapes, vibrant culture, and rapid development, has apparently captured the imagination of Brits tired of Brexit bickering, gloomy weather, and endless cups of tea. The prospect of trading in grey skies for sunny savannas seems to have struck a chord with many.

“We’ve always prided ourselves on being a welcoming nation,” said another Rwandan official, “but this is a bit much, even for us!”

The Rwandan government is reportedly scrambling to accommodate the sudden surge in interest, hastily drafting immigration policies and brushing up on their knowledge of British slang to make the transition as smooth as possible for their newfound guests.

Meanwhile, back in the UK, reactions to the exodus vary. Some view it as a bold adventure, a chance to start anew in a land of opportunity. Others, however, see it as a betrayal of British values, a desertion of the motherland for greener pastures.

“I never thought I’d see the day when Brits would abandon their stiff upper lips for gorillas and gorillas,” lamented one patriotic citizen.

As the migration to Rwanda unfolds, only time will tell if this exodus will lead to a new chapter of British-Rwandan relations or if it’s simply a case of misguided wanderlust. Regardless, one thing is clear: Rwanda is suddenly very, very popular among the British.