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Rwandans set to party as others obsess with succession. No need to worry - The New Times;

Rwandans set to party as others obsess with succession. No need to worry - The New Times

The New TimesRwandans set to party as others obsess with succession. No need to worryThe New TimesIn a few days Rwandans go to the polls and are sure to re-elect Paul Kagame as president. On the night of 4th when provisional results become known (that's how efficient the electoral system is) the party will begin and go on throughout the weekend.and more »

2017 Election: RPF members in China mobilise funds to ensure everyone votes - The New Times;

2017 Election: RPF members in China mobilise funds to ensure everyone votes - The New Times

The New Times2017 Election: RPF members in China mobilise funds to ensure everyone votesThe New TimesSome members of the Rwandan community in China at the embassy in Beijing at a past event . Courtesy. More in News. Police impersonator arrested for soliciting bribe · We have everything within ourselves to succeed, says Kagame · Promoting quality ...and more »

Rwandan Presidential Contenders Focus on Economy - Voice of America;

Rwandan Presidential Contenders Focus on Economy - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaRwandan Presidential Contenders Focus on EconomyVoice of AmericaWith only a few days until Rwanda's presidential election, candidates are focusing on the economy as they make their final pitches to voters. President Paul Kagame, predicted by most analysts to win big in Friday's poll, campaigned Monday in Rwanda's ...and more »

Rwanda's Kagame predicts clean sweep to third presidential term - The Star Online;

Rwanda's Kagame predicts clean sweep to third presidential term - The Star Online

The Star OnlineRwanda's Kagame predicts clean sweep to third presidential termThe Star OnlineKIGALI (Reuters) - Rwandan President Paul Kagame, already in power for 17 years, predicted on Monday he would win overwhelming popular backing for a third term in elections this week, brushing off accusations of stifling political debate. Kagame is ...and more »

RPF Doesn't Make Empty Promises – Kagame to Supporters - KT Press;

RPF Doesn't Make Empty Promises – Kagame to Supporters - KT Press

KT PressRPF Doesn't Make Empty Promises – Kagame to SupportersKT PressCandidate Paul Kagame doesn't want to promise voters what he clearly knows would not be delivered. “While campaigning, we say things as they are. We do not dramatize,” Kagame told 250,000 voters while campaigning at Nemba sector in Gakenke district.and more »

Kagame Takes Campaign to Region with RPF “Special Pact” - KT Press;

Kagame Takes Campaign to Region with RPF “Special Pact” - KT Press

KT PressKagame Takes Campaign to Region with RPF “Special Pact”KT PressTwenty three year ago, the Rwanda Patriotic Front rebels shifted their battle frontline from a flat terrain East to the forested mountainous north. The rebels built a special bond with residents of the new frontline zones. This was Paul Kagame's ...and more »

Those Who Work Together Go Far –Kagame to Burera Residents - RwandaEye;

Those Who Work Together Go Far –Kagame to Burera Residents - RwandaEye

RwandaEyeThose Who Work Together Go Far –Kagame to Burera ResidentsRwandaEyeThe RPF presidential candidate, President Paul Kagame on Monday afternoon campaigned in Burera District of Nothern Province. Addressing the over 150,000 residents that turned up for the rally, Kagame said that the time was now to move towards the next ...and more »

Rwanda: RPF Ponders Succession Plan Should Kagame Quit After New Term - AllAfrica.com

Rwanda: RPF Ponders Succession Plan Should Kagame Quit After New TermAllAfrica.comIt was supposed to be a moment of jubilation on the afternoon of June 17, but President Paul Kagame was pensive and measured in his speech as he accepted his nomination as the Rwanda Patriotic Front's flagbearer in the August 4 polls. As party ...and more »

Rwanda votes: Background of 3rd presidential poll since 2003 - africanews;

Rwanda votes: Background of 3rd presidential poll since 2003 - africanews

africanewsRwanda votes: Background of 3rd presidential poll since 2003africanewsRwandans go to the polls between August 3 – 4, to elect a president with three candidates in line to govern the country for the next seven years. ADVERTISING. inRead invented by Teads. It is the third multi-party presidential election for the country ...and more »

Everything you need to know about the Rwandan presidential poll - Mail & Guardian Africa;

Everything you need to know about the Rwandan presidential poll - Mail & Guardian Africa

Mail & Guardian AfricaEverything you need to know about the Rwandan presidential pollMail & Guardian AfricaOn 4 August 2017, Rwandans head to the polls to elect a president. They will choose between Frank Habineza, Philippe Mpayimana and the incumbent Paul Kagame. Most observers expect a landslide victory for Kagame. But there's controversy around the ...and more »

Rwanda: Rights Groups Question Rwanda's Political Freedom - AllAfrica.com;

Rwanda: Rights Groups Question Rwanda's Political Freedom - AllAfrica.com

AllAfrica.comRwanda: Rights Groups Question Rwanda's Political FreedomAllAfrica.comAs Rwandans prepare to vote on August 4, several rights groups have said the political climate in the country only favours the ruling party and has sidelined the opposition. The exclusion of independent candidates Gilbert Mwenedata and Diane Shima ...and more »

Rwanda: Kagame's Achievements - Cheap Power, Economic Growth - AllAfrica.com

Rwanda: Kagame's Achievements - Cheap Power, Economic GrowthAllAfrica.comPresident Paul Kagame's government is credited for a growing and stable economy, expanding by 45.6 per cent from $5.77 billion in 2010 to $8.4 billion in 2016, and significantly reducing poverty levels. Analysts attribute the strong GDP growth to the ...and more »

Rwanda: Kagame's Leadership More Influential on Continent Than East Africa - AllAfrica.com

Rwanda: Kagame's Leadership More Influential on Continent Than East AfricaAllAfrica.comAs Rwanda's President Paul Kagame looks to another seven-year term, his expected victory in the August 4 polls is sure to guarantee his place as East Africa's second longest-serving leader after Uganda's Yoweri Museveni. That, however, is unlikely to ...and more »

Rwanda: Kagame's Rival Candidates Confident of a Win - AllAfrica.com;

Rwanda: Kagame's Rival Candidates Confident of a Win - AllAfrica.com

AllAfrica.comRwanda: Kagame's Rival Candidates Confident of a WinAllAfrica.comRwanda's opposition presidential candidates have weathered many challenges in their bid to vie for the top seat in the country. Now, in the homestretch, they are exuding confidence that they will give incumbent President Paul Kagame a run for his money.and more »

Rwandans to vote in presidential elections on August 4 - Global Times;

Rwandans to vote in presidential elections on August 4 - Global Times

Global TimesRwandans to vote in presidential elections on August 4Global TimesA billboard of Rwandan presidential candidate and the incumbent President of Rwanda Paul Kagame is seen along a street in Kigali, capital of Rwanda, July 30, 2017. Rwandans will go to polls on August 4 to decide the presidency for the next seven years.and more »

RWANDA: Kagame vows to leave no Rwandan behind - Independent;

RWANDA: Kagame vows to leave no Rwandan behind - Independent

IndependentRWANDA: Kagame vows to leave no Rwandan behindIndependentPresident Paul Kagame, who is seeking re-election and holding campaigns across the country, has said the mantra of his party; RPF-Inkotanyi, is “not to leave any Rwanda behind”. RWANDA |SUSAN BABIJJA| Kagame who is the chairman of RPF-Inkotanyi ...and more »

The RPF covenant with Musanze - The New Times;

The RPF covenant with Musanze - The New Times

The New TimesThe RPF covenant with MusanzeThe New Times“Abanya musanze dusanzwe dufitanye igihango,” started the RPF candidate, President Paul Kagame, during his stop in Musanze district while on the campaign trail last week. “Uri Inshuti yacu, uri inshuti yacu,” the record crowd of more than 300,000 ...and more »

A campaign like no other - The New Times;

A campaign like no other - The New Times

The New TimesA campaign like no otherThe New TimesThis presidential campaign, now in its third week, has been a campaign like no other. Or rather, like all the other campaigns I have seen. Among other things, the RPF Inkotanyi are past masters at meticulous organisation. When Chairman Paul Kagame ...and more »

Meet the Composer of 'Nda Ndambara Yandera Ubwoba' - KT Press;

Meet the Composer of 'Nda Ndambara Yandera Ubwoba' - KT Press

KT PressMeet the Composer of 'Nda Ndambara Yandera Ubwoba'KT PressHabimana Martin 44, is the man behind the popular song 'Nda ndambara yandera ubwoba' that has become popular at the RPF Inkotanyi campaign rallies – the composer of this hit song didn't expect to attract so much fame in just a few days. In 2009 ...and more »