While campaigning in Kicukiro District on Wednesday afternoon, the RPF Chairman and flag bearer in the forthcoming presidential election, Paul Kagame reiterated the inclusive policy by RPF Inkotanyi saying that he will continue embracing this to ensure no one is left behind.
Kicukiro was the final stop of the three campaign rallies addressed by the Chairman, after Nyabugogo in
"To our young people, we shall strive to give you as much opportunity as possible to realise your potential,"Kagame said.
He urged the youth to "prepare" themselves to take lead for the future to come if Rwanda is to establish sustainable gains.
He called on his supporters to take have this in mind come August 4, especially that moment they will be in that booth casting their ballot.
"RPF leaves no one behind. The stronger will help the weak, we will educate children and support our elders to have a better life," the Chairman said.
He took the time to thank the eight political parties that backed the RPF candidate for president, saying that it's an indication of a "united purpose" of working towards national development.
"Our national unity is central in whatever we do. The unity of purpose enables political actors to look at the bigger picture," he said.
The chairman will on Thursday campaign from Nyarungenge and Rulindo districts.