Mutangana elected to head EAC association of prosecutors

By IGIHE
On 28 September 2017 at 05:25

The prosecutor General, Jean Bosco Mutangana has been elected president of East African Association of Prosecutors (EAAP) in a one year mandate.

Mutangana was elected yesterday during the 6th annual general meeting of EAAP members.

The four-day meeting brought together top prosecutors from Kenya, Uganda, South Sudan, Tanzania and Rwanda

In the meeting, Biswalo Mganga from Tanzania was elected the vice-president and Mike Chibita from Uganda the Secretary General.

Also Rwandan Claudine Dushimimana has been elected on the executive committee of EAAP.

Mutangana has 18 years of experience in prosecution. He had been a prosecutor in former Cyangugu, Umutara and City of Kigali Prefectures. He holds a Master’s degree in Criminal Law and Criminology from Groningen University in Netherlands.


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