Rusizi was then RPF’s candidate Kagame’s next venue rally for Day 15 of elections campaigns. He could tour at least two or three districts in a day, but, given the long distance it takes to reach the far south-western district and how big its area looks, Kagame decided to spend the whole day with residents of the area.
As tThe elections are edging closer to being closed before Rwandans vote their favorite one on August 3rd, for the Diaspora and 4th for locals, Kagame kicked off his campaign of the day in Mashyuza where he was welcomed with thousands of people in jubilating atmosphere while celebrating the influence RPF-Inkotanyi had on the area’s development progress.
From her testimony, Sakina Uwimana, through rice farming, has now built a 33-room guest house and her own residential house valued at 21 million FRW.
She said, “We used to be told cultivation was the only profession and the rest was a gamble. Today, RPF values all forms of labor”.
Kagame promised the resident of Mashyuza to never disappoint them once they vote for him at the expense of his opponents in race for presidential berth, ensuring inclusiveness of every Rwandan in the rebuilding process while tourism and increased electricity distribution in the area will be top of the candidate’s development agenda.
He said, “After having elected RPF’s and allied political party’s candidate, we will never let you down. When you cast your vote on 4th August, you will be choosing unity, development and prosperity for all. We believe in including every Rwandan, men and women, in the rebuilding of our country”.
“We want every Rwandan to have access to electricity. We will develop tourism in this area of Mashyuza to benefit all residents”.
He asked residents to put the past history behind, and look straight forward to build the country, with RPF there to keep reaching people’s expectations.
“The last 23 years have been a journey to build the Rwanda we want. Since when RPF started to lead our country, every Rwandan is a citizen with full rights. We don’t discriminate, nor do wedo anything to please anybody. We do what we do for our own benefit because Rwandans deserve the best,” he said.
Kagame left Mashyuza and shifted to Gihundwe sector with the same big turn up on alert to cheer the incumbent president.
Addressing to the residents, he drew his desire and expectations from the area’s community to build stronger and win-win relationships with neighboring countries.
He said, “We have democracy, we have good governance. With these we will achieve even more.We want every Rwandan to benefit from our development because we [RPF] do not leave anyone behind.You should always strive to build win-win relations with our neighboring countries”.
“We are building a strong and resilient country capable of facing today’s global challenges.Vote for RPF on 4th August. Vote for a continued journey of development,” he concluded, with Nyamasheke, his next rendezvous, on Saturday July 29th.
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