Rwandans living in Uganda have turned up in big numbers to vote for the president of their choice at the Rwanda High commission at Nakayima road in Kitante ahead of the general polls tomorrow.
Voters have come from different corners of the country and voting is apparently underway.
According to the Rwanda Ambassador to Uganda Maj Gen Frank Mugambage, said that the voter turn up is so promising and still so peaceful.
In the race are three candidates; incumbent Paul Kagame of the RPF, Frank Habineza from the Green Party of Rwanda and Philip Mpayimana an independent candidate.
Meanwhile, according our Insider in Rwanda where the elections are due tomorrow, the situation is calm and people are eagerly waiting to cast their votes.