The Chairman of RPF Inkotanyi, President Paul Kagame on Friday campaigned in Rutsiro District in the Western Province, where he said that the best is yet to come from the RPF government.
"I have heard you outline several achievements. We haven't reached where we should. Better things are yet to come,” the Chairman said.
He outlined some of the plans he has for Rutsiro District including exploring for and exploiting mineral resources the area is endowed with, and optimizing Lake Kivu.
Kagame said that his the next mandate would as well ensure that his leadership sets up all necessary grounds to nurture better citizens of tomorrow.
He said that since over 70 percent of the Rwandan population are youth, Kagame said that they deserve quality education and all other possible ingredients to help them grow into responsible future leaders.
"The youth, is the pillar of the nation, we want to nurture our young people through building better schools that offer better quality of education and consequently, they will serve the nation better," he said.
The Chairman said that through unity, Rwanda can overcome any kind of challenges.
"There is no battle we can't win. The battle we mean here is that which is intended to build the nation. With unity at the center of everything we do, there's nothing that will fail us," he said.