Gross misconduct culprits sacked from civil service

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 13 October 2016 saa 05:53
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The government of Rwanda has sacked five civil servants following yesterday’s cabinet meeting over gross misconduct at work.

The reaction came into force along with the decision of His Excellency the President of the Republic granting retirement to Major General Richard RUTATINA and Major Issa KARAMAGE as conferred upon him by the law.

Those sacked from Public Service include UMULISA Alphonse, who was Director General of Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) expelled by Presidential Order due to serious misconduct at work.

Besides , yesterday’s cabinet meeting approved the dismissal of four other public servants including Mr. GATERA Jean d’Amour, who was Planning Division Manager in the Ministry of Infrastructure (MININFRA); Mr. NZARAMBA Stevenson, who was Head of Policy and Planning Department in the Ministry of Infrastructure (MININFRA); Mr. KAMONYO Pierre Célestin, who was Translator in the Office of the Prime Minister and NTAGANDA Francois who was Director of Land Administration Unit in Rwanda Natural Resource Authority, all expelled by Prime Minister’s Order over gross misconduct at work.

Before getting expelled from public service Umulisa was accused of misallocation of public resources and illegal offering of public tenders.

Under the presidential order no 65/01 of 04/03/2014 expelled public servants are supposed to be blacklisted from public service for seven years.

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Umulisa Alphonse, who was Director General of Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) is among expelled civil servants over serious misconduct at work

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