Campaigning in the country’s northwestern region, President Paul Kagame said Wednesday that Rwandans are strong enough to overcome any threat. The RPF-Inkotanyi presidential candidate was speaking at Mudende in Rubavu District during his third and final rally of the day in the ongoing presidential campaigns. “With our unity, with our energy and commitment, we cannot fail to achieve anything we have set out to achieve,” Kagame told a cheerful crowd that surpassed the 200,000 mark.
By Athan TashobyaCampaigning in the country's northwestern region, President Paul Kagame said Wednesday that Rwandans are strong enough to overcome any threat. The RPF-Inkotanyi presidential candidate was speaking at Mudende in Rubavu District during his third and final rally of the day in the ongoing presidential campaigns. "With our unity, with our energy and commitment, we cannot fail to achieve anything we have set out to achieve," Kagame told a cheerful crowd that surpassed the 200,000 mark.
RPF-Inkotanyi presidential candidate, incumbent Paul Kagame, has promised to transform Ngoma town in Ngoma District, into a modern town to match the development trend in the rest of the country. Kagame, who was addressing a campaign rally at Kibugo Sector in Ngoma town, said the town infrastructure is outdated and pledged to transform it in the next seven years if re-elected President. Kagame held three back-to-back rallies in Eastern Province on Sunday.
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