Despite a windy and rainy day, this morning Rwandans living in the West Midlands and surround area woke up to cast their vote for Rwanda parliament elections this Sunday the 15th of September 2013 which was held in the city of Coventry in west midlands.

The poll station was open from 7.00 AM, people started to come in one by one until 12 o'clock where it start to become very busy as a massive number of Rwandan Diaspora turn up to vote their parliament.

His excellence, the high commissioner of Rwanda Mr Williams Nkurunziza was present to encourage the Diaspora to vote.
Altogether the vote was fairly conducted and peaceful, the polling stations were closed at 3pm as expected .

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