Seven employees of Rwanda Natural Ressources Authority (RNRA) have been arrested over forging land documents.
The spokesperson of National Prosecution, Faustin Nkusi has told IGIHE that they have started examining files of the seven RNRA employees.
“We are still questioning them.They are suspected of forging land documents and illegally changing names of land owners,” he said.
According to sources, the seven employees were arrested by police on 2nd September, 2016.
It is said that they are alleged to have illegally changed land title transfer into names of a person who used it to ask bank loan.
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