Rwanda's Kagame Promises Fair Polls as He Runs For 3rd Time
President Paul Kagame says the country is looking forward to a "constructive and meaningful election" later this year, marking an important period of consolidation for Rwanda.
News of Rwanda, 24 January 2017
President Kagame has told members of the diplomatic corps that presidential elections slated for August 4, 2017 will be conducted in a fair, transparent and peaceful way as others… Read more »
President Paul Kagame with the First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, exchanging greetings with diplomats.
East African, 19 January 2017
Several political parties that backed the amendment of the Constitution to remove term limits and allow President Paul Kagame to run in this year's presidential election, now say… Read more »
New Times, 17 January 2017
At least 95 per cent of eligible voters have already validated their personal details on the national voters' registrar with the majority using internet and mobile phones through… Read more »
East African, 4 January 2017
After a resounding endorsement in December 2015 that saw 98 per cent of voters support a third term for President Paul Kagame, his worries will be focused elsewhere in 2017. Read more »
New Times, 1 January 2017
The National Electoral Commission has announced that visually impaired Rwandans will be able to vote for the first time in this year's presidential elections which will take place… Read more »
The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has nominated Frank Habineza to run against President Paul Kagame for the presidency in the 2017 election. Read more »