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London: A final Commonwealth report on the August 09 presidential polls is calling for the reform of the National Electoral Commission (NEC) and the Media High Council such that a level playing field is ensured in future elections, RNA can exclusively reveal.

Rwanda Presidential Elections, August 09, 2010: Candidates PDF Print E-mail

Prosper HIGIRO (PL); Paul KAGAME (RPF); Dr. Alvera MUKABARAMBA (PPC) and Dr. Jean Damascene NTAWUKURIRYAYO (PSD)

September 06: Inauguration of President Paul Kagame (Photos) PDF Print E-mail
Written by Léon Nzabandora   
Monday, 06 September 2010 16:48

Amid exciting fun-fare and about a dozen African Heads of State, President Paul Kagame took his Oath of Office, received the National Instruments and inspected the Parade – all of which part of an elaborate inaugural function, as he started his seven-year term. RNA picks up on the moments from start to end of inauguration ceremonies which started in the morning of September 06, 2010.

Le célèbre pasteur Rick Warren dit aux Rwandais : « ceux qui vous embêtent … ‘sibomana’» PDF Print E-mail
Written by Léon Nzabandora   
Monday, 06 September 2010 15:47

Kigali: Et de deux. Pour le très célèbre pasteur américain Rick Warren ça devient une habitude de prier aux cérémonies des présidents qui prêtent serment. Il l’a fait en 2008 lorsque le président américain Barack Obama prêtait serment et il le refait aujourd’hui à Kigali. Cette fois ci c’est Paul Kagame, le président rwandais et fraichement réélu qui a eu droit au sermon du célèbre pasteur américain.

Kagame says ‘not scared about critics without guns’ PDF Print E-mail
Written by Fred Mwasa   
Monday, 06 September 2010 14:43

Kigali: For the bitter critics outside the country, President-elect Paul Kagame is not bothered unless they start fighting him with guns. In a firry 27-minute speech which he delivered first in English, then summarized in Kinyarwanda, the President accused the foreign governments of supporting his vocal opponents whom he described as “adventurers”.

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