Last weekend, RPF candidate went through six districts of eastern province. While addressing to residents in Nyagatare, Kagame told residents that he is eyeing positive transformations in the districts towards sustainable development. He said, “Transforming Nyagatare from nothing to what it is today is a result of hard work and unity”.
Close to 200,000 RPF supporters gathered in Nyagatare singing RPF-Inkotanyi anthem to welcome Kagame as he kicked off his scheduled rally in Eastern Province ahead of Day Nine of campaigns for August 4th presidential elections.
Twenty three years leave Nyagatare with industries, universities, modernized agriculture and farming. Before 1994, a big part of Nyagatare was a park, few people living there were only farmers.
The modernization of Nyagatare was achieved through good partnerships between leaders and citizens, according to Kagame. “You can even expect more amazing changes in this district for improved development in the next seven years. Only the best are yet to come”.
The same turn up was waiting the RPF chairman and candidate to share the same manifesto in Gatsibo, where he hailed residents’ hospitality and said, “We can endure any challenges we face because they are leading us to an even better future. We are all in the same path in the next seven years ahead. We need to do more with pace and arrive further and happily. The progress Gatsibo has made in such a short period of time has been fantastic. We need to be more hungry of development and August 4th should be the beginning of a new journey”.
Kagame concluded his rally of the day in Kayonza. With flags in the air, he was cheered by residents in Kayonza, which was his last stop of the day ahead of Day Nine of elections rally that he shifted in Eastern Province on Sunday, hours after Nyagatare and Gatsibo, and days after the RPF Chairman and candidate joined Bugesera residents for the same mission.
Kayonza and Rwamagana are closer to make a big city
Kagame, whose home is located between both districts, told residents that, with their efforts, the country has a bright future ahead and promised nothing disappointing but to do even more to develop not only Kayonza but the whole Eastern region by building a very big and amazing town in the area, once they get the job done [voting Kagame] on August 4th.
Muslim women community of Rwamagana
“We are building this country on an unshakable foundation.You ask me to run and I accepted. Neither you nor I, will disappoint one another as we move forward in building this country together,”Kagame told Kayonza residents.
“We must build a country tough to destroy so those who tempt destroy it forget about even trying to do so. Just get the job done earlier on August 4th and leave the rest to the team counting the votes. Kayonza and Rwamagana are getting closer and closer. They could become a giant city even bigger than our country’s capital City,” he added.
He added that he has nothing in his mind other than victory, given the faith and confidence he has in RPF-Inkotanyi and 8 political parties who joined the coalition with the ruling political Party”.
When you take RPF and its members, plus the chairpersons of the 8 political parties who joined hands with us, you get to understand that the job has finished already. RPF is powerful but its power depends on how it collaborates with other political parties’ members,” he confidently said.
Kayonza and Rwamagana are among four districts of Rwanda, with low poverty level according to Poverty mapping report, NISR(http://statistics.gov.rw/publication/poverty-mapping-report-2013-2014). Apart from Muhanga and Gatsibo of south, only Kayonza and Rwamagana of east are in green, to mean the level of poverty is very low here.
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