Police calls for compliance on new measures

By IGIHE
On 1 June 2020 at 05:38

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has urged motorists to comply with the new movement restrictions and guidelines as announced by the Office of the Prime Minister on Sunday which reversed the previous cabinet decision which had set June 1, for the resumption of inter-provincial movements, movements between provinces and City of Kigali as well as taxi-moto services.

"As we wait for the new guidelines on the way forward, we call for the usual compliance on any restricted movements and practices, and maximum observance of safety and health guidelines until further notice," RNP spokesperson, CP John Bosco Kabera emphasized.

"These measures are in the interest of the health and safety of all people living in Rwanda against the pandemic of novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)."

He commended the high level of compliance over the past months and called for the continued spirit of observing guidelines and reporting violators, who may hamper the government efforts against the virus.

"Our responsiveness to the directives and strong partnership is inevitable to win this fight against the pandemic."

He emphasized the importance of respecting traffic rules and regulations to prevent accidents and operate while observing recommended guidelines against COVID-19, including sanitizing, washing hands before boarding, wearing face masks and distancing in the public service vehicles.


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