Presidential inauguration ceremony was flawless, says RNP

By IGIHE
On 20 August 2017 at 05:23

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has disclosed that the August 18 presidential inaugural function was flawless and without any incident.
Police confirmed that even the ensuing merrymaking happened in an atmosphere of tranquillity and that the crowds were blissful and orderly across the country.
In his address to the media, the RNP spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Theos Badege said, its no surprise that celebrations were peaceful.
He hailed all road users who heeded to (...)

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has disclosed that the August 18 presidential inaugural function was flawless and without any incident.

Police confirmed that even the ensuing merrymaking happened in an atmosphere of tranquillity and that the crowds were blissful and orderly across the country.

In his address to the media, the RNP spokesperson, Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Theos Badege said, its no surprise that celebrations were peaceful.

He hailed all road users who heeded to traffic police guidelines to allow convenience for visiting delegations and dignitaries proceed without difficulty.

ACP Badege also acknowledges the contribution of all stakeholders in making the event held in a safety and secure environment saying that, the whole exercise was seamless from the campaigns through the voting day and the inauguration event an incredibly important democratic event.


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