Ahead of Day six of election campaigns, RPF’s candidate Paul Kagame, told business people in Nyabugogo valley that the area will be a different and amazing place once elected for the next seven years.
He was speaking at the venue, in a valley down Kigali city, where businessmen opera in big number. The main park to inside and outside the country, where people from north, south and west meet before getting in real Kigali.
Kagame said, “Nyabugogo is a reflection of the kind of country we want to be, open to business with our neighbors. So, you have to live in good looking area. It is home to traders from across East Africa. The booming business here is what we want to continue building on”.
“We want to transform the face of Nyabugogo and increase its economic prosperity. We will put terraces on the landslides around here to make the view perfect enough”.
An overloaded day, Kagame left Nyabugogo to Bugesera, the Kicukiro back. Testifying about the progress that Rwanda has achieved thanks to Kagame and RPF’s energetic transformations, Honorine Uwimana, a Bugesera resident, recounted her journey of rebuilding after the Genocide which took the lives of her siblings and relatives.
She said, “Bad politics prevented my parents from attending school. Today, their daughter is a university graduate. I was able to study secondary school through FARG support grant and I continued in University to fill the void left by my parents killed during Genocide”.
Liberal Party President Donatille Mukabalisa, whose party chose to back Kagame and RPF during the August elections, then took the opportunity and praised the progress made during the last 27 years ago.
She said, “Today, we are living a dream that started 27 years ago on 1st October 1990. 23 years ago, no one would have imagined the development we see today in Bugesera, we are now liberated and developing. Ravaged by deserts & underdeveloped, 23 years on, Bugesera is now transformed”
Shortly after Mukabalisa gave her speech, Kagame said it is worth unique to see political parties joining hands, instead of breaking communication between them, for a prosperous and developed country.
He said, “The words from the leader of PL is proof of political parties working together”
He told Bugesera residents to remain positive and keep living a unique life which has been the country’s special and shared character.
“Rwanda stands out for its uniqueness. We are unique because of how we have turned our tragic history around. We are unique because of the path to transformation we have chosen to be. There are those who choose not to understand Rwanda’s uniqueness because of the role they played in Rwanda’s past,” he noted.
Kagame shifted his rally of the day in Kicukiro District at Gahanga Stadium to be, where hundred thousands of people were waiting to cheer him.
Having enjoyed a successful rally when he toured both Kicukiro and Bugesera, Kagame will continue his rally tomorrow in Nyarugenge and Rulindo Districts.
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