Leaders and citizens in Gicumbi district have been urged to cooperate with security personnel by reporting crimes on time to deter extremism.
The call was made last week in a general assembly that brought together all local leaders of Gicumbi district aimed at seeking ways of maintaining security.
The deputy speaker of Rwanda’s parliament, Mukama Abbas who attended the general assembly requested leaders to be watchful to deter extremism.
“Whoever is coming to destabilize security of the nation is an enemy of Rwanda. We have to stand together and fight against him/her as we defeated Interahamwe,” he said.
“A person with extreme ideologies must be resisted. God will punish them for their acts. We ought not to allow them to kill us but we must kill them before they do. Why should we allow them to kill us? It should be better if he/she is killed before since that person has no love for the nation God gave him/her. Let’s fight any person threatening state security,” he quipped.
Mukama also warned people against supplying the youth with Kanyanga and other drugs saying that any person doing so has no love for the country and is poisoning their future.
- The deputy speaker of Rwanda’s parliament, Mukama Abbas talking to Gicumbi residents last week