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More Government Officials Attend Sporting Events Than Athletes – Says Kagame - KT Press;

More Government Officials Attend Sporting Events Than Athletes – Says Kagame - KT Press

KT PressMore Government Officials Attend Sporting Events Than Athletes – Says KagameKT PressPresident Paul Kagame said Saturday that government officials at different levels were not doing enough to support local talent – warning that he was taking action to change the situation. Citing the case of Salome Nyirarukundo – a 20-year old female ...and more »

Do not allow talent go to waste, Kagame says - The New Times;

Do not allow talent go to waste, Kagame says - The New Times

The New TimesDo not allow talent go to waste, Kagame saysThe New TimesPresident Kagame speaks during the 'Meet The President' event which brought together sports personalities, journalists and artists. The President urged the audience to take advantage of the resources they have to develop their talents and country ...and more »

Progress comes from empowering citizens, says President Kagame - The New Times;

Progress comes from empowering citizens, says President Kagame - The New Times

The New TimesProgress comes from empowering citizens, says President KagameThe New TimesGraduates of University of Global Health and Equity celebrate after receiving their degrees yesterday. Village Urugwiro. More in News. Agroforestry will boost food security and nature in Rwanda, says Expert · Venezuela bans imports of gas masks ...and more »

Kagame rivals's poll messages veted - New Zimbabwe.com;

Kagame rivals's poll messages veted - New Zimbabwe.com

New Zimbabwe.comKagame rivals's poll messages vetedNew Zimbabwe.comRWANDA's electoral commission has announced it must approve any social media messages of candidates in the August presidential election, a decision that many in the opposition see as an attack on free speech. The government-backed National Electoral ...and more »

Rwanda heads to polls but it's more of a coronation than real contest - The Standard;

Rwanda heads to polls but it's more of a coronation than real contest - The Standard

The StandardRwanda heads to polls but it's more of a coronation than real contestThe StandardRwanda's President Paul Kagame casts his vote during a parliamentary election in the capital Kigali on September 16, 2013.... REUTERS. A few days after Diane Rwigara announced she would contest Rwanda's presidential elections in August, her nude ...and more »