The telecommunications company MTN Rwanda has been involved in confrontations with by the court for failing to pay the citizen compensation.
On Wednesday, 5th June, mobile telecommunications company’s representatives have appeared before the parliament to explain the case of failure to repay a man who sent him to court for allegedly damaging him.
A man identified as Joseph Ndabakenga accused MTN Rwanda of destroying the body in order to curb the sound of the submission engine at the MTN Rwanda tower and even to be destroyed by its eks.
He told the court that the results of a medical examination showed that they found a type of toxic known as “Electro-Magnetic Radiation Poisoning”
The case was passed several times from Huye Primary Court and the appeal was sent to the Nyanza High Court and then the Supreme Court. Until then, both parties decided to resolve the case with their bilateral contacts and reached the conclusion that MTN would pay three and a half Rwandan francs for compensation (3.500,000 rwf).
In a report done by parliamentary Human Rights Commission reports that MTN Rwanda shifted the injection generator unless it paid the victim a ransom as compensation.
Chairman of the Commission, François Byabarumwanzi, said that the problem remains the submission engine at the towers but the compensation they agreed to pay.
MPs did not pass this report because of this issue after a referendum indicating the shortage of what was required.
They proposed the matter will be sent to court instead of being brought before the parliament because the covenants between the victim and the accused, MTN Rwanda, respected the law because he would be handed over to the affirmation.
This incomprehensible report to all MPs was returned to the Parliamentary Human Rights Commission for amendment.
The problem of towers has been emerging across the country in recent years except the youth minister and technology, Jean Phillibert Nsengimana, last year telling the parliament that equipment used by MTN meet the criteria required by Rwanda Utilities and Regulatory Authority (RURA)
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