Incumbent Paul Kagame, a commander who led Tutsi rebel forces into Rwanda to end the 1994 genocide, wins a sweeping victory in the presidential election.
President Paul Kagame – whose rebels ended the country's 1994 genocide – leads a largely corruption-free government and is widely predicted to win in Friday's elections.
The election commission says pre-approval is required for all social media ensure they are not against the law and to prevent instability. Opposition parties fear that such a ban will prevent them from highlighting President Paul Kagame's failings.
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