Sights and 'sounds' at presidential campaigns

Today is Day 5 of the presidential campaigns which started last Friday. The incumbent, President Paul Kagame, who is the flagbearer of the RPF Inkotanyi, has so far campaigned in 7 districts of the Southern Province and is today expected to campaign in Ngororero and Muhanga District of the Western and Southern provinces respectively.
A montage asking people to vote for RPF candidate Paul Kagame on a hill in Huye. Faustin Niyigena.
A montage asking people to vote for RPF candidate Paul Kagame on a hill in Huye. Faustin Niyigena.

Today is Day 5 of the presidential campaigns which started last Friday. The incumbent, President Paul Kagame, who is the flagbearer of the RPF Inkotanyi, has so far campaigned in 7 districts of the Southern Province and is today expected to campaign in Ngororero and Muhanga District of the Western and Southern provinces respectively. His competitors are Independent Philippe Mpayimana and Frank Habineza of the Green Party. Today, Mpayimana heads to Mushaka, Bugarama, Nyamasheke and Mugonero, while Habineza goes to Kirehe and Ngoma districts. Here are some of the images to visualise how the campaigns have been in the past four days.

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Opposition PL supporters sing RPF songs during a campaign rally. PL is one of the eight opposition parties that have rallied behind RPF-Inkotanyi. 
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Members of Inyamibwa Cultural Troupe dance during the RPF campaign in Huye on Sunday. Faustin Niyigena.
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RPF supporters wave the party replica flags during a rally in Nyamagabe District. 
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Women in Huye hoist pictures of candidate Kagame in show of support. Faustin Niyigena
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Independent candidate Philippe Mpayimana addresses a rally in Gisagara yesterday. Courtesy.
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RPF supporters dance during the campaign rally in Gisagara District
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Traditional troupes perform during RPF campaign in Nyaruguru last week. Courtesy.

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