Central African Republic hails Rwandan, Bumbakare’s contribution in restoring revenue body

By IGIHE
On 20 November 2017 at 05:22

The Central African Republic Revenue body has hailed a Rwandan, Pierre Celestin Bumbakare for his contribution in revamping capacity in terms of tax collection. During the ceremony to pay him farewell last week in Central African Republic, officials from Finance Ministry hailed Bumbakare’s efforts and expertise that enabled them collect more revenues.

The Central African Republic Revenue Authority Commissioner General, Mathurin Ramadane said “the skills you left will help us fulfill responsibilities assigned."
Bumbakare promised continued support to take achievements forward.

“I promise continued support so that the attained milestones will not lapse backward” he said.

Bumbakare has also been the president of Rwandan Diaspora in Central African Republic. He was replaced by Jean Nicolas Rugira, a Rwandan Businessman.
Bumbakare is a former commissioner for Domestic Taxes in Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA). In Central African Republic he served as revenue advisor in the Ministry of Finance.

His expertise enabled the country almost double its revenues from 2014 to 2017
Bumbakare started his mission in Central African Republic in October 2014 and has been serving under “3 Projet d’Urgence de Restauration des Services Publics”, a project which mission’ is to help government institutions rebuild after the war in the country.


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