Kagame Says It's Up to Rwandans to Pick His Successor
President Paul Kagame has said that he only intended serving two terms until the people asked his to stay and serve a third term. He said it was never his ambition to be president in the first place and that he was not prepared to lead the country after the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
President Kagame signs documents sealing his re-inauguration as Head of State, shortly after he was sworn in by Chief Justice Sam Rugege (right). Looking on, centre, is First Lady Jeannette Kagame (file photo).
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