RPF Chairman Paul Kagame has said that the challenges people of Rwanda encountered over the past few years have only made them stronger and determined to work harder for the development of the country.
He was addressing over 100,000 residents of Gatsibo District on Saturday on the third campaign stop of the day that he began by addressing two back-to-back rallies in Nyagatare.
“We can endure any challenges we face because they are leading us to an even better future,” he said to the applause of the residents.
He told them that much has been achieved but there is still a long way to go, adding that August 4 is an important date for Rwandans in the continued quest for sustainable development.
“The next seven years should leave us in better place in terms of development and I have no doubt about that,” he said in the rally he addressed from Kabeza, Kiziguro Sector of Gatsibo.
He thanked the other political organisations that chose to work with the RPF Inkotanyi in the interest of Rwandan people.
The RPF Chairman will continue in the Eastern Province districts of Ngoma, Kirehe and Rwamagana.