RPF members are all equal, Senator Inyumba says

MUHANGA – Senator Aloysia Inyumba has urged Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) members in Nyamabuye sector Muhanga district to work hard towards national development. She made the remarks while welcoming 24 new party members at Gitarama stadium. “RPF is open to all Rwandans. Everyone is welcome and equal in the party,” Inyumba said. “Whoever becomes a member is encouraged to work hard and become an exemplary citizen.”
Work Hard-Senator Aloysia Inyumba leads by example to construct schools blocks in Muhanga. (File photo)
Work Hard-Senator Aloysia Inyumba leads by example to construct schools blocks in Muhanga. (File photo)

MUHANGA – Senator Aloysia Inyumba has urged Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) members in Nyamabuye sector Muhanga district to work hard towards national development.

She made the remarks while welcoming 24 new party members at Gitarama stadium.

“RPF is open to all Rwandans. Everyone is welcome and equal in the party,” Inyumba said. “Whoever becomes a member is encouraged to work hard and become an exemplary citizen.”

The function was also attended by other RPF commissioners, Alfred Gasana, and Domitila Mukantaganzwa who for discipline, equality and integrity among members.

They also urged party faithful to woo more members into the party.

Mukantaganzwa, who is also the Gacaca Executive Secretary, lauded Muhanga residents for speeding up the Gacaca completion process despite the various challenges.
New party members told the gathered crowd the reasons as to why they joined RPF.

“I chose this party because of its devotion to unity and development and the results are evident,” one new member said.

The provincial electoral commission official, Jean de Dieu Rutatika, asked the RPF members to work towards ensuring free and fair presidential elections set for next year 2010.

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