March 25, 2019
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  • Rwanda Agricultural Board senior officials dismissed

    Four senior officials at Rwanda Agricultural Board (RAB) have been dismissed from office. A statement signed by Prime Minister, Dr. Edouard Ngirente says sacked are Mark Cyubahiro Bagabe, who was the director-general of RAB and  Daphrose Gahakwa, who served as his deputy. Others are Innocent Nzeyimama, who was the head…

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  • Ruhango: Wandering indigenous children due to poverty, the Mayor was not aware

    Family members of indigenous families, especially children, in Mpanda cell, Byimana sector of Ruhango district, say their economic situation such as lack of school materials ( Books, shoes, school uniforms, etc…) cause of drop out. Niyonkuru, indigenous orphan confirms that after his mother death, the father could not help them…

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  • “Liberia voting was conducted in a peaceful atmosphere”, NEC in Monronvia

    As Liberia’s ballot counting begins in presidential run-off between retired soccer star George Weah and Vice President Joseph Boakai; in the capital, Monrovia, National Elections Commission Chairman Jerome Korkoya told reporters that “voting was conducted in a peaceful atmosphere.” Weah, 51, won the first round on Oct. 10, beating Vice President…

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  • Rwanda: The burnt marital documents push families in poverty

    Families who legally married before the Abacengezi war (1997-2001) suffer from getting various public services due to matrimonial papers burned during this war. They cannot sell a plot to send children at school or overcome any other threat; they only have to complain before courts, or organise a new official…

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  • Rwanda: Procurement authority excludes 181 companies from public contractors

    RPPA(Rwanda  Public Procurement Authority) has blacklisted 181 companies for involvement in tender fraud and poor service delivery, following the statement of  the Auditor-General’s Office that ‘government contracts worth Rwf15 billion were affected’. Some companies were blacklisted for provision of false information, poor contract performance, while thirteen of them failed to execute…

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  • Gisagara: The former Executive Secretary arrested over embezzlement

    According to the information from Rwanda National Police, the former executive secretary of Gisagara District, Innocent Mvukiyehe who recently resigned from the post, is arrested after the handover event on Wednesday October 11th. Mvukiyehe is charged with embezzlement and mismanagement of public fund as explained by the police spokesman in…

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  • Nyanza: Leaders discuss with citizens on main concerns

    It is an open debate, Nyanza district leaders discuss with population on matters like Girinka, VUP, agricultural inputs and land consolidation. The debate aims at dealing  with these problems that people encountered. The district of Nyanza has organized a meeting with the population in a meeting called “Ukuri kutagamije guhangana…

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  • Access to information is a driver of innovation and creativity, helping to hold governments accountable, UNESCO

    Last Thursday, the world celebrated International Day for Universal Access to Information, on 28 September, highlighting the importance of access to information to build more inclusive, sustainable knowledge societies. It is a condition of informed citizenship, helping to hold governments accountable. As per the words of UNESCO Director-General, Irina Bokova, “it…

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  • Southern province: After Muhanga, leaders in Ruhango resign

    After nine local leaders resigned in Muhanga, Ruhango is the second on 30 September 2017 where 8 left their posts. The information says that they resign according to their mistakes related to illegal construction (against district master plan) and corruption. Francois Xavier Mbabazi, the mayor of Ruhango, confirms and adds:…

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  • Muhanga: Nine local leaders resign from posts

    On 29th September 2017, the district of Muhanga confirms that 9 local leaders resigned from their posts on their personal matters. Among them 2 are Executive Secretaries of sectors, 3 are executive secretaries of cells, 2 land officers in sectors, 1 agent of social affairs in sector and 1 Cell…

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