The newly appointed officials include Supreme Court judges Jean-Bosco Kazungu and Isabelle Kalihangabo, Court of Appeal judges Xavier Ndahayo and Angeline Rutazana, High Court President Jean-Pierre Habarurema, and Deputy Secretary-General of the Rwanda Investigation Bureau (RIB) Consolée Kamarampaka.
During the ceremony held on Tuesday, November 14, Kagame emphasized the importance of upholding the law.
He advised the justice sector officials to be exemplary in their commitment to justice, stressing that the country’s orderliness hinges on the fair dispensation of justice to all Rwandans.
“The country cannot do well if it doesn’t provide justice to all Rwandans equally. We know our history, what lacked in regards to justice and affected the politics of the country and the lives of Rwandans.
I believe we know this so well enough that we learned many lessons that will make us work better for our country and Rwandans,” Kagame remarked.
The head of state of reminded the newly sworn-in officials the significance of prioritizing equality within the legal system, urging them to exemplify compliance with the law.