Speaking at the event, Kaboneka said that the new building is in line with national decentralization policy.
“This is the value of leadership decentralization to citizens; it also indicates how citizens participate in own development activities,” he said
He urged Nyamasheke District officials to use these offices by changing lives of population and in implementation of performance contracts.
“In last year’s performance contracts (Imihigo), the district flopped two places, the reason behind was poor service to population, so, it will be a shame for you when you fail to deliver good services in the presence of such facilities” he said.
According to Nyamasheke District Mayor, Aime Fabien Kamali the Rwf1.5 billion building is a response to good services delivery.
“The value of this building will not be determined by the budget spent on it, but it will be determined by its role. This is a response to service delivery” he said by assuring people on good services.
The construction activities for the offices started in 2013 and completed at a cost of Rwf1.56 billion.