With few strong opponents running against him, there was never much doubt that Rwanda President Paul Kagame would be reelected for an additional seven-year term. Today, electoral commissioners announced that Mr. Kagame had won the Aug. 9 election with a staggering 93 percent of the vote. Kagame’s authoritarian style – his government has banned two newspapers and arrested journalists and opposition leaders in the run-up to the election – may rub Western governments and human rights activists the wrong way. But it's a style that many Rwandans often justify, pointing to what they see as the constant threat of instability, such as today's grenade attack in the capital, Kigali. More than a dozen people were wounded in the blast, according to initial reports. It's the fourth grenade attack in the capital this year. Such disturbances – together with the country's brutal history of ethnic massacres and the genocide of 1994 – justify Kagame's tight control of society, his supporters say.