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Ntawukuriryayo promises roads, electricity for rural Ngororero and Ruhango PDF Print E-mail

Ngororero/Ruhango: After winding and turning for more than two hours on an impassable road to his second rally in Kabagari in Ruhango district, PSD flag-bearer Dr. Ntawukuriryayo Jean Damascene told the residents there on Wednesday afternoon they deserved a better road.

DAY THREE: Candidates continue on the campaign trail PDF Print E-mail

Kigali: As President Kagame continues his campaigns in the Northern Province, others are also heading to other places trotting for votes on the third day of campaigning.

In Gakenke, President Kagame promised 100% votes PDF Print E-mail

Nemba, Gakenke: As if to outdo Rulindo residents, Nemba - Gakenke district (Northern province), staged a unique rally, that was well organised and attended by a crowd of over 60,000 (some even say it is close to 80,000 residents) enthusiastic residents that cheered the Chairman of RPF throughout the event.

Kagame woos Northern Province after Kigali PDF Print E-mail

OUR MAN!: Thousands waited in support of the RPF candidate (All photos by

Gaziza, Rulindo: Incumbent President Kagame was Wednesday morning at Gasiza, Rulindo District (Northern Province) on the second leg of his campaign trail where thousands of supporters had been waiting for hours.

Campagne présidentielle : Candidats, où se rendent-ils aujourd’hui ? PDF Print E-mail

Kigali: Apres la journée d’hier rythmée par les festivités du début de campagne présidentielle pour les candidats à la magistrature suprême, les aspirants au fauteuil présidentiel poursuivent leurs périples dans différents districts du pays.

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