PICTORIAL: Coverage of consultations on term limits debate

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Rwandans across the country were given an opportunity to air out their views on the on-going debate on whether or not to amend Article 101 of the Constitution as President Paul Kagame’s second and last term in office draws nearer.

Monica Mukandamage, 76, swears upon the bible to continue by Kagame as her president come 2017.

Monica Mukandamage, 76, swears upon the bible to continue by Kagame as her president come 2017.

A conference Hall in Kimironko sector many residents who spoke backed lifting of the term limits.

A conference Hall in Kimironko sector many residents who spoke backed lifting of the term limits.

Honorable Senator Michel Rugema speaks to the residents about the amendment of article 101.

Honorable Senator Michel Rugema speaks to the residents about the amendment of article 101.

Rwandan media has picked interest the on-going debate.

Rwandan media has picked interest the on-going debate.

Even the elderly had turned up for consultations sessions.

Even the elderly had turned up for consultations sessions.

Majority of women have made their choice clear, with gestures of a pointed finger

Majority of women have made their choice clear, with gestures of a pointed finger

John Bosco Ndayanze, is a disabled man, but says Kagame’s regime helped to get a driving permit and respect of his rights.

John Bosco Ndayanze, is a disabled man, but says Kagame’s regime helped to get a driving permit and respect of his rights.

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“We want our Kagame back”

“We want our Kagame back”

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