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High turnout in Rwandan vote for President PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA News with SAPA agency   
Monday, 09 August 2010 14:29

Kigali: Rwandans turned out in large numbers to vote in Monday's presidential election, many leaving home well before daybreak to form neat lines in front of spick and span polling stations.

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D-DAY: Candidates cast votes as Rwanda chooses new president PDF Print E-mail
Written by Margaret Cappa   
Monday, 09 August 2010 13:57

Kagame defended his candidacy to reporters at the Rugunga polling station in Nyarugenge district (Photo: Margaret Cappa)

Kigali: Some 5.178.492 Rwandans headed to polling stations Monday in the country’s second presidential election since the 1994 Genocide against Tutsis. Incumbent President Paul Kagame was the last to drop his vote into the ballot box at about a few minutes to 11:00 am amid dozens of journalists. The other contenders in the election had voted earlier.

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Polls open as millions stroll towards voting stations PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Mwasa with additional reporting from RNA reporters   
Monday, 09 August 2010 09:23

Kigali: The voting stations opened at 0600 but there were reports from places like Northern and Western suggesting some sectors had finished voting within 20minutes.

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RPF already preparing massive victory party PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA Reporters   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 22:06

Kigali: The polling centers have not even opened, but the dominant RPF has invited hundreds of thousands to a massive victory fete to be held in the Amahoro National Stadium with free food and drinks, RNA exclusively reports. The RPF defended the party.

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Ntawukuriryayo celebrates Birth-Day as campaigns go underground PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Mwasa and Gaaki Kigambo   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 19:58

Kigali: As dictated by the election law, August 08 – the day before the country heads to the ballot on Monday at 06:00, there has been no open campaigning, but it looks the competing parties have found a way out.

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