26 New Prosecutors Sworn in

By Ange de la Victoire Dusabemungu
On 24 January 2013 at 12:30

Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi presided over the swearing in ceremony of 26 under contract Prosecutors and one member in the Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture urging them to fulfill their duties and avoid graft in their daily work.
“You can’t accuse someone that he is corrupted while you are among those who take corruption” Habumuremyi added that the newly sworn prosecutors should be exemplary, fight against corruption and avoid it.
He noted on January 23, that the (...)

Prime Minister Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi presided over the swearing in ceremony of 26 under contract Prosecutors and one member in the Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture urging them to fulfill their duties and avoid graft in their daily work.

“You can’t accuse someone that he is corrupted while you are among those who take corruption” Habumuremyi added that the newly sworn prosecutors should be exemplary, fight against corruption and avoid it.

He noted on January 23, that the prosecutors must be objective and serve the public equally, adding that it was their responsibility to ensure that all citizens access justice.

Speaking to media, one of those who took oath, Gakuba Zireze Olivier confirmed that they are going to work hard so that effective justice may prevail in the country.

“Basing on what we have learnt in schools and what we have seen around us, we are sure we will perform well our duties because we have got experience”

16 of the newly sworn ins are women.

Karemera Carole who vowed to be a member at the Rwanda Academy of Language and Culture said that he will put more effort in preserving and protecting Rwanda Culture adding that the culture is the foundation of the development.


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