Rwanda votes: Economic claims under scrutiny

For many years under President Paul Kagame, Rwanda has been hailed as a development and economic success. But as Rwandans head to the polls on Friday, a growing number of critics have begun to question the government’s data.

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    For many years under President Paul Kagame, Rwanda has been hailed as a development and economic success.

    But as Rwandans head to the polls on Friday, a growing number of critics have begun to question the government’s data.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Rwanda’s Muhanga District.


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