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Rwanda National Police honors retiring officers

By IGIHE
On 14 September 2022 at 06:20

Rwanda National Police (RNP), on Tuesday, September 13, held a send-off ceremony to honour 155 officers, who have retired from active service.

The ceremony presided over by the Minister of Interior, Alfred Gasana, was held at the RNP General Headquarters at Kacyiru.

It was also attended by the Inspector General of Police (IGP) Dan Munyuza, and the Deputy IGPs; Felix Namuhoranye in charge of Operations and Jeanne Chantal Ujeneza of Administration and Personnel.

Minister Gasana thanked the retirees for their sacrifice and that the government thanks them for their "role in building the country we want."

"The commitment, dedication, professionalism and discipline that defined you during your service was not in vain, because they are the basis of the security and development that our country has achieved," Minister Gasana said.

He reminded them that although they are retiring, their responsibility of maintaining security carries on. "The country will continue counting on you in national development."

The Minister urged them to continue working with Rwanda National Police and the citizenry in development activities and to sustain the safety and security they fought for.

The ceremony presided over by the Minister of Interior, Alfred Gasana.
The Inspector General of Police, Dan Munyuza addressing participants of the event.
Retirees were urged to continue working with Rwanda National Police and the citizenry in development activities.
The send-off ceremony took place at RNP General Headquarters at Kacyiru.

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