Rwanda FPU1-9 of 140 officers commanded by Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Venant Rubayiza, left in the morning to replace Rwanda FPU1-8, which returned home later in the afternoon after a successful one year tour-of-duty.
Commissioner of Police (CP) Costa Habyara, commissioner for counter terrorism, oversaw the rotation of the contingents on behalf of the RNP leadership.
He welcomed them back home and thanked them for upholding the values and image of Rwanda.
CSP Kalisa said that the contingent conducted various duties, including protection of civilians.
"Beyond our mandate, we also supported the people of Bangui through various human security activities such as giving them clothes, working with them in environmental and hygiene activities through Umuganda, supplying them with clean drinking water, and voluntary blood donation," CSP Kalisa said.
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