The ANU recovered 2089 pellets of cannabis from the same house, during the targeted operations.
A 33-year old man suspected to be the rightful owner of the narcotics and major drug dealer, was arrested at the house.
Superintendent of Police (SP) Sylvestre Twajamahoro, the Police spokesperson for the City of Kigali, said that ANU and local authorities searched the house on Friday afternoon following a tip-off from area residents.
"At the time, the suspect had already sold other quantities of cannabis to other dealers, worth Frw263, 400, which was also seized from the house during the operation," said SP Twajamahoro.
The narcotics were sneaked into Kigali from Rubavu District after they were traffic into Rwanda from the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), according to the suspect.
His arrest came a day after another drug dealer was arrested in Ngororero District with 995 rolls of cannabis.
Anyone convicted for dealing in very severe drugs face an imprisonment of 20 years to life, under article 263 of the law determining offences and penalties in general.
Cannabis, cocaine and heroin are classified as very severe drugs in Rwanda.