With less than three days to the 2017 Presidential elections, RPF-flag bearer President Paul Kagame on Monday campaigned in Burera District in the Northern Province of Rwanda.
At a rally held at Ndago at Kirambi cell, Kagame who addressed over 100,000 supporters who came from as far as Rwerere Cyanika and Cyeru said; "We have everything within our hands to succeed, we will not fail ourselves.
“The reason we are able to move forward is that each of you, coming together, we fought and won battles here in Burera, we are now working to build this country. Voting means the freedom to choose: choose good politics, education, health, prosperity”
Burera was Kagame’s first stop of the day, where hundreds of residents spilled at the camp venue very early in the morning, carrying flags, banners, drumming and chanting Kagame’s name.
Kagame also elaborated on the issue of working hard to improve personal lives, saying that what is ahead is hard work to ensure there is nothing standing in the way of every Rwanda improving their lives.
He added, “After we make the right choice on 4th August, we have to continue with the hard work needed to achieve prosperity.”