Rwanda: 'It's Not Good for a Girl to Go Into Politics'
Each candidate must submit a list of at least 600 people supporting them, with signatures against their ID numbers, but Diane Shima Rwigara, the newest voice on the political scene, says she is not worried about where she will get the signatures because she believes they are fewer than the support she has, reports Edmund Kagire and Ivan R. Mugisha.
Diane Rwigara is vying to be president in Rwanda.
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