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Kagame officiates swearing-in of new Judge of the Court of Appeal, Béatrice Mukamurenzi

By IGIHE
On 26 janvier 2022 at 06:04

President Paul Kagame has officiated the swearing-in of Béatrice Mukamurenzi who was recently appointed Judge of the Court of Appeal.

Mukamurenzi was appointed by the Cabinet Meeting held on 14th December 2021 and was later approved the Senate on 28th December 2021.

She took the oath on Tuesday 25th January 2022 in a ceremony held at Village Urugwiro. It was attended by different Government officials.

As he officiated the ceremony, Kagame said that Mukamurenzi has experience in the justice sector which she will leverage on to serve Rwandans and the nation efficiently.

The President explained that the sworn-in official will be assuming heavy responsibilities because justice is among major pillars on which Rwanda’s development is entrenched.

“Our country’s history teaches us many lessons. One of them being not to tolerate injustice. It is important that we take initiative to fight injustice in any form, no matter where it comes from,” Kagame said.

The Head of State said that liberation was meant to get rid of injustice and stressed the need to keep soldiering on to fight it.

The Court of Appeal, he said, is one of the entities that were established to expedite the adjudication of court cases, for Rwandans to get justice in a swift manner, remarking that “justice delayed is justice denied.”

Kagame also urged all concerned organs to work together to dispense justice efficiently and promised support to the newly sworn-in judge to fulfill her duties.

Béatrice Mukamurenzi took oath on Tuesday 25th January 2021.

Photos : RBA


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