90 police officers dismissed, 18 discharged

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On 3 July 2017 at 05:09

The Government of Rwanda Cabinet meeting that convened at Urugwiro on 30th June 2017 made a number of recommendations that will affect the internal operations of Rwanda National Police.
The cabinet approved the dismissal and discharge of different officers under different grounds. A total of 17 Police Officers found guilty of various offences and faults which are punishable by dismissal were sent home, while 73 Non-Commissioned Officers and Police Constables were too dismissed and 18 (...)

The Government of Rwanda Cabinet meeting that convened at Urugwiro on 30th June 2017 made a number of recommendations that will affect the internal operations of Rwanda National Police.

The cabinet approved the dismissal and discharge of different officers under different grounds. A total of 17 Police Officers found guilty of various offences and faults which are punishable by dismissal were sent home, while 73 Non-Commissioned Officers and Police Constables were too dismissed and 18 Non-Commissioned Officers were discharged on medical grounds.

The meeting also approved the promotion of 187 Police Non- Commissioned Officers and enlisted personnel.

Other issues that were approved in the Friday sitting were; the renewal of term of office for Mrs. Cyanzayire Aloysia as Chief Ombudsman, appointment of Mr. Bosenibamwe Aimé as Director General of National Rehabilitation Service and placing of IP Yusuf Twamugabo at the Disposal of the Ministry of Justice, on the post of Internal Security Analysis Specialist.


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