Rwandans have reclaimed identity, says Kagame

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On 28 July 2017 at 10:25

The RPF Inkotanyi Chairman, President Paul Kagame has said that over the past few years, Rwandans have managed to reclaim the identity that had been taken away from them for decades.
Kagame was speaking on Day 14 of the Presidential Campaigns in Karongi District in Western Province, his second and last rally of the day ahead of the elections due on August 3 and 4.
He said, “We have our destiny in our hands. This was not the case a few years back when nationals were meant to believe that (...)

The RPF Inkotanyi Chairman, President Paul Kagame has said that over the past few years, Rwandans have managed to reclaim the identity that had been taken away from them for decades.

Kagame was speaking on Day 14 of the Presidential Campaigns in Karongi District in Western Province, his second and last rally of the day ahead of the elections due on August 3 and 4.

He said, “We have our destiny in our hands. This was not the case a few years back when nationals were meant to believe that the country was not theirs.”

The incumbent President explained that those that had been interfering in Rwandan affairs are the same people that had taken the country away from their respective owners, adding that today, Rwandans know and are ready to protect what is rightfully theirs.

“We are still determined to fight back if they try again,” He said to the applause of supporters.

“Some people even wanted to impose on us their democracy while we have our own that fits us. The leaders of the country are at the service of all Rwandans. This narrative that Rwanda did not belong to Rwandans was promoted by colonialists. But Rwandans got their country back,” Kagame said.


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