Muhanga and Ngororero residents speak out

“I grew up in a very poor family but after joining the RPF, I heard people saying that there is a possibility of studying. I applied and studied all six years of Secondary School for free. The government paid my school fees and my mother was given a new house under government programmes for housing the needy,”
Janvier Tuyishimire
Janvier Tuyishimire

“I grew up in a very poor family but after joining the RPF, I heard people saying that there is a possibility of studying. I applied and studied all six years of Secondary School for free. The government paid my school fees and my mother was given a new house under government programmes for housing the needy,”

“Land consolidation has done a miracle because we used to harvest just 15kg from our piece of land but today it’s not below 150kgs. With my teaching job, I pay for my two high school children and for that my vote can’t go to anyone else other than Paul Kagame. 

When I vote for Kagame to lead us for seven years at least I am assured that education will be for all again, infrastructure like we have the road here and power.

Janvier Tuyishimire, 24, a primary school teacher

 

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