Kagame presides over swearing-in of ministers, opens Judicial Year 2017/18

By IGIHE
On 11 September 2017 at 03:41

President Paul Kagame has presided over the swearing in ceremony of the recently appointed cabinet ministers that were not able to attend the first swearing-in ceremony.
Sworn-in are minister of ICT Jean Philbert Nsengimana and Finance Minister Claver Gatete.
The State Ministers that took oath today are; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Regional Cooperation and EAC affairs (Minaffet) Olivier Nduhungirehe who has been Rwanda’s Ambassador in Belgium and Ombudsman Anastase (...)

President Paul Kagame has presided over the swearing in ceremony of the recently appointed cabinet ministers that were not able to attend the first swearing-in ceremony.
Sworn-in are minister of ICT Jean Philbert Nsengimana and Finance Minister Claver Gatete.

The State Ministers that took oath today are; Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Regional Cooperation and EAC affairs (Minaffet) Olivier Nduhungirehe who has been Rwanda’s Ambassador in Belgium and Ombudsman Anastase Murekezi. Others are new members of parliament, Jean Damascene Murara and PelagieUwamariya.
Kagame told the new servants that Rwandans expect much from them and urged them to use their prowess in serving their expectations.

During the event that took place in Parliament, President Paul Kagame also opened the 2017/2018 Judicial Year.


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