The RPF Inkotanyi Chairman and flagbearer, President Paul Kagame on Friday campaigned in Nyakabuye Sector of Rusizi District, where he addressed residents from at least 7 sectors.
During the rally at which he was accompanied by the First Lady Jeannette Kagame, he said that in the past 23 years, the country’s politics have changed for the best and are now focused on the interest of all Rwandans unlike before.
At the rally held near the famous hot springs (amashyuza), the Chairman said that his government will strive to ensure that every Rwandan have electricity in their home, saying that this is a right for everyone.
At the rally, the Chairman elaborated on the country’s governance system, saying that the Rwandan approach to politics is to deliver what best suits Rwandans and their aspirations.
"The kind of politics we have now is new compared to what we had 23 years ago. The politics we currently have is one that brings us together, one that promotes unity and for us, that the kind of democracy we know and works for us,” Kagame said.
He added that the last 23 years have been about building a new Rwanda with a people united and geared towards prosperity.
He promised that casting a vote in favour of RPF during August polls will mean be choosing continued development in all sectors.
"Our promises are not mere politicking. We have a record that we deliver on what we promise and will continue to work with you to ensure all that is in our manifesto is delivered," President Kagame noted.
The ultimate aim of RPF, according to him, is to create as many opportunities as possible to ensure no Rwandan is left behind in the journey to prosperity.