His dismissal was announced through a statement released by the Office of Prime Minister released on Wednesday 1st March 2023 which did not disclose details about alleged gross misconduct and indiscipline.
The 2020/2021 Auditor General’s report indicated that the school was mired by funds mismanagement issues including the purchase of sewing machines for Nyabihu TVET at higher prices above usual market prices.
Had the school bought the machines at normal price, it would have saved Rwf57.6 million. The latter is an addition to purchased sub-standard equipment whose price was not proportional to their value.
Other pointed out issues include the delayed construction of premises for Hospitality Management Institute- Kigali.
The project’s implementation was transferred from WDA to Rwanda Polytechnic in May 2021. It was initially expected to begin in 2016.
In April 2022, construction of the institute was ongoing where the government had already spent Rwf3.1 billion on it.
Equipment worth Rwf790 million used during the construction had been kept in store for 15 months raising fears that they would get damaged.
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