Ruhango: Police rallies students crime reporting

Published by Théophile Niyitegeka
On 2 April 2017 saa 10:29
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Police in Rwamagana District, on Friday, engaged students of APAGI secondary school located in Musha Sector, in discussions related to community policing urged them to report any crime or unlawful act they witness or suspect.

Inspector of Police (IP) David Tanaziraba, the OC of Musha Police Station, while speaking to the students, urged them to report drug dealers and abusers in their communities.

He further appealed to them to refrain from engaging in criminal activities and abusing drugs, which he said, will negatively affects their education dreams.

“You should invest all your energies in your education and anything that will develop you in the future” said IP Tanaziraba.

He also tipped students on human trafficking and tricks used by traffickers to lure young people mainly girls into being trafficked.

Joseph Rugaragara, the schools director of studies, also reiterated the benefits of good education and discipline as key ingredients for a brighter future.

He hailed RNP for the earnest community engagements in keeping law and order.

Source:Police


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