All is set for presidential elections slated for August 3rd for the Diaspora Community, while locals will vote for the president on Friday, August 4th, as the trio of RPF candidate, incumbent president, Paul Kagame, Green Party’s Frank Habineza and independent candidate Philippe Mpayimana are all bidding to become president and start a new journey with Rwandans during the next seven years after three weeks of campaigns.
For this reason, The Ministry of Public Service has announced to the general Public that Friday will be all about elections activities countrywide while calling for the general public to participate in the elections at their nearest polling stations and cast their votes for their preferred candidate.
“In order to continue our preparations for presidential elections scheduled for August 4th in Rwanda, the Ministry of Public Service and Labor, would like to inform all employers and workers in the Public and Private Sectors and the public in general, the August 4th is a special day for presidential Elections in Rwanda,” reads MIFOTRA’s statement signed by Minister Judith Uwizeye.
“The ministry also takes this opportunity to reiterate the role of all employers and workers in all sectors to participate in the planned Presidential elections, as we keep building the Rwanda we want while safeguarding our achievements,” the statement further reads”
Today is the last day of elections campaigns for all the three presidential candidates as Kagame is closing his campaign in Gasabo, Mpayimana in Nyarugenge while Habineza is in Bugesera, all to put a full stop to the three-week long campaign which might have cost a lot of energy to each of the trio.
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