March 25, 2019
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  • It’s easy to guess a true ‘Inkotanyi’. But what about ‘Itorero’ graduates?

    Different categories have been trained at Itorero so far to prove everybody with positive outcomes from it, but it seems quite an opposite. Over 10 units have been trained at Itorero, namely doctors, journalists, grassroots local leaders, Mayors and Sector Executive Secretaries and teachers among many others are unlikely to…

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  • Ruhango: Genocide widows thank liberation and comfort of RDF

    Widows of genocide against Tutsi in Ruhango expressed recognition to Rwanda Defence Force and say they feel strengthened and full of hope for the future, after a visit by MMI staff, who provide a gift of 4 cows. In Kinazi sector, Military Medical Insurance (MMI) staffs led by the Director…

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  • Kaboneka calls for corruption-free, professional Journalism

    Francis Kaboneka, Local Government Minister calls on journalists who graduated from ‘Itorero’ to keep a patriotic and building character towards the country’s development instead of being driven by corruption in their everyday profession. He was speaking at the closing ceremony of   the 10 civic training of Journalist, known as ‘Impamyabigwi…

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  • Gatsibo: 15 Girinka cows embezzled in a single village

    Local leaders in Gatsibo District are under increasing pressure over allegations to embezzle of 15 cows reserved for vulnerable families through ‘Girinka’ program in three last years. This occurs in Agasenga village, Bushobora cell in Remera Sector. Sources reveal that, when it was time to share a cow to another vulnerable…

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  • Police: Illegal miner and attempts to bribery arrested

    Police in Rulindo is holding a man in connection with illegal possession of 28Kgs of wolfram, while in Gatsibo, two local leaders are arrested for asking to bribery. The intercepted minerals were illegally mined in a concession in Gicumbi District, according to IP Innocent Gasasira, the Police spokesperson for the…

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  • Gasabo : Bumbogo Executive Secretary dodges VUP payment complaints

    Last Friday, Jonas Shema Executive Secretary of Bumbogo Sector, promised publically payments of VUP arrears. Complaining workers get frustrated with his disappointing character, while expecting the money this Tuesday, they were locked up, instead. TV One reported that people were really frustrated, saying that they haven’t been paid during the…

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