The rider also won the second stage yesterday as the race headed to Huye from Kigali.
Alan Boileau clocked 4 hours, 23 minutes, 57 seconds along with 10 riders in his peloton including Quintero (Terengganu), James Piccoli (Israel Start-up Nation), Brayan Sanchez (Medellin) and Eyob Metker (Terengganu).
The winner of the first stage, Colombian Brayan Sanchez has taken the yellow jersey again from Umba Lopez (Androni).
The top performing Rwandan is Muhoza Eric who came 24th, 2 minutes and 2 seconds late after the first rider crossed the finish.
The 4th stage of Tour du Rwanda 2021 will continue on Wednesday with riders covering 123.9 kilometers from Kigali to Musanze.
Classified under UCI 2.1 category, the 13th edition of Tour du Rwanda has attracted 75 riders competing under 15 teams that will ride eight stages.
It runs from 2nd to 9th May 2021.