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DAY NINE: Kagame heads to troubled Nyaruguru, Gisagara PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA Reporter   
Wednesday, 28 July 2010 11:46

Kigali: Incumbent President Kagame will be in two of the districts that have been rocked by controversy after another for all the past years including hunger, poverty and fleeing residents, RNA reports.

Kagame promises free 12-year education for all PDF Print E-mail
Written by Leon Nzabandora   
Tuesday, 27 July 2010 19:23

Family man: President Kagame comes out with all his four children at Kamonyi. On Monday it was only Ivan Cyomoro and Ange Kagame who appeared at the rallies in Kalongi and Rutsiro (Photo: Leon Nzabandora)

Ruhango: Incumbent President Kagame told Ruhango district Tuesday that their children will have free education for 12 years – as he stood side-by-side with all of his four children, two of whom are still young.

DAY EIGHT: PL heads to where Kagame was promised 100% votes PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA Editor   
Tuesday, 27 July 2010 09:52

Kigali: When incumbent President Kagame was in the border district of Rubavu (Northern Province) on Friday last week, he found a large writing on a hill over-looking the city committing 100 percent votes. The Liberal Party (PL) is now campaigning there Tuesday.

President Kagame hits campaign with family (Exclusive photos) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Margaret Cappa and Leon Nzabandora   
Monday, 26 July 2010 17:10

Rubengera, Karongi district: President Kagame, son Cyomoro, First Lady and daughter Ange share the excitement with thousands (All photos by Margaret Cappa)

Rutsiro: For the first time since the campaign started last week, President Kagame was on the campaign trail Monday with members of his family including the children, RNA reports.

PSD heads to Western Province PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gaaki Kigambo   
Monday, 26 July 2010 11:30

Kigali: The presidential candidate for the Social Democratic Party (PSD), Ntawukuriryayo Jean Damascene, heads to his first set of rallies in the Western Province a much energised man following a powerful rally in Huye capping off a successful week of campaigning in the Southern Province.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 July 2010 13:58
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