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CSP Kanyamihigo designated MINUSCA Police officer of the month

By IGIHE
On 18 August 2021 at 03:57

The contingent commander for Rwanda Protection Support Unit (RWAPSU) serving under the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in Central African Republic (MINUSCA), Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Innocent Rutagarama Kanyamihigo has been designated as "MINUSCA UNPOL of the month" for July.

The "designation is based on his command and control, flexibility, discipline, performance, and professionalism of the contingent commander personally and his unit as well," the salutation published in the MINUSCA UNPOL monthly magazine—ECHO de la Police—reads in part.

RWAPSU 1-6 of 140 Police officers was deployed in Bangui in May. The unit is assigned to perform various VIP tasks including close protection of the Prime Minister, President of the National Assembly and Minister of Justice.

The Rwandan unit is also charged with close protection to the UN Special Respresentative of the Secretary General (SRSG) to MINUSCA and static guard at his residence as well as the protection of the two deputy SRSGs

They also conduct other assigned tasks including escort duties but also support the local communities in human security activities.

RWAPSU is one of the three Rwandan Police contingents deployed in CAR with two of them composed of 140 officers and another Formed Police Unit (FPU) of 180 officers.

CSP Kanyamihigo has been designated MINUSCA Police officer of the month.

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