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Supporters celebrate Kagame candidacy as critics cry fowl PDF Print E-mail

Campaigning in Gicumbi: To supporters, incumbent President Kagame is the only man that can do the job, but to bitter critics, he is running the country with a big stick that lashes out at anybody who dares challenge him (Photo: Margaret Cappa)

Kigali: Rwanda — For weeks, Rwandan President Paul Kagame has rallied his supporters with thumping pop music and promised to build on his economic and social development record that has won him accolades abroad.

African Union observers: "No pre-elections intimidation proof" PDF Print E-mail
Written by RNA Reporter   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 19:00

Kigali: The African Union team monitoring Rwanda's presidential election said on Sunday it has not received any proof of voter intimidation during a tense poll campaign.

Kagame supporters write back after personal letter PDF Print E-mail
Written by Kagame Fun Club   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 18:55

Kigali: Our Role Model Paul Kagame, We are humbled to identify with a true patriot and to be part of the generation that continues to reshape our nation’s destiny.

Gasabo demande à Kagame d’aller vite au Village Urugwiro PDF Print E-mail
Written by Leon Nzabandora   
Sunday, 08 August 2010 00:18

Gasabo : La dernière journée de la campagne présidentielle 2010 a tourné en une fête gigantesque pour Paul Kagame, le candidat du Front Patriotique Rwandais (FPR) et les dizaines de milliers venues le soutenir et l’écouter à quelques heures du scrutin. Danses et musiques rythmées ont raisonné toute l’après-midi sur la colline de Bumbogo, lieu du dernier meeting.

Biruta fires at opposition politicians, foreign critics, BBC PDF Print E-mail
Written by Gaaki Kigambo   
Saturday, 07 August 2010 23:51

Party President and Presidential Candidate; Vincent Biruta and Jean Damascene Ntawukuriryayo at the Nyamirambo rally (Photo: Gaaki Kigambo)

Kigali: PSD chair and Senate President Dr Vincent Biruta has accused the western media of propagating ethnicity in a campaign speech where he made specific reference to the British broadcaster BBC.

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