The race saw riders setting off from Kigali Car Free Zone to cross the finishing line in Gisagara District.
As it happened during the first stage in Rwamagana, Vernon made a break away from the peloton again shortly before arriving at the finishing line nearby Gisagara gymnasium.
He was followed by other riders including Henok Mulueberhan of Green Project Bardiani and Meijers Jeroen of Terengganu Cycling Polygon.
All riders between the 1st and 46th have clocked the same time as they crossed the finish in the same peloton.
Chris Froome, four-time champion of Tour de France emerged the 47th to cross the finishing line. He is 7 seconds behind the peloton.
Eric Muhoza riding for Bike Aid is the best performing Rwandan after becoming the 28th rider to cross the line while Samuel Niyonkuru of Team Rwanda emerged 30th. Eric Manizabayo arrived at the 34th place.
Tour du Rwanda 2023 will continue with the third stage on Tuesday 21st February where riders will cover 199.5 kilometers from Huye to Musanze.
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