RPF Inkotanyi Switzerland chapter elect new committee

By Théophile Niyitegeka
On 19 February 2017 at 01:16

RPF Inkotanyi members in Switzerland have elected a new committee in the event that took place yesterday in Lausane city. Participants came from various provinces of Switzerland.
Rubayiza Emmanuel has been elected president of the committee, Mbarushimana Jean Claude became vice president, Madam Karyabwite Henriet elected secretary, Celeste Karekezi and Gatete Karege elected youth representatives while Madam Ntashamaje Béatrice has been elected woman representative.
The newly elected RPF (...)

RPF Inkotanyi members in Switzerland have elected a new committee in the event that took place yesterday in Lausane city.

Participants came from various provinces of Switzerland.

Rubayiza Emmanuel has been elected president of the committee, Mbarushimana Jean Claude became vice president, Madam Karyabwite Henriet elected secretary, Celeste Karekezi and Gatete Karege elected youth representatives while Madam Ntashamaje Béatrice has been elected woman representative.

The newly elected RPF Inkotanyi president, Rubayiza Emmanuel commended the general assembly for trusting him and promised to do all possible to ensure RPF members in Switzerland contribute to Rwanda’s development.

The committee was later sworn in.

Rwanda’s ambassador to Switzerland Dr. Fraçois Xavier Ngarambe called upon members to respect and be guided by RPF code of conduct, foster development in their home country.

He thanked members of the general assembly and the outgoing committee for establishing administrative structures of RPF across all provinces in Switzerland.

Ambassador Dr. Ngarambe also reminded members of their role in this year’s presidential election campaigns to have RPF representatives win the vote.

RPF Inkotanyi Switzerland members during the general assembly yesterday.
New RPF Switzerland members swearing in yesterday.
New RPF Switzerland members swearing in yesterday.

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