The Minister of Defence, Hon Juvénal Marizamunda, presided over the 38th General Assembly. In attendance were Alfred Gasana, the Minister of Interior; Dr. Emmanuel Ugirashebuja, the Minister of Justice; Lt Gen Mubarakh Muganga, the Chief of Defence Staff, along with service chiefs, heads of security organs, and a chosen group of members.
Dr. James Ndahiro, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Zigama CSS, noted that the assembly conveyed its appreciation for the fact that 97% of the cooperative members have adopted digital banking as opposed to waiting in queues at the cashiers.
"We are actively advocating for enhanced online services within our bank, enabling members to conveniently access a wide range of services using their mobile phones. Additionally, the meeting evaluated the significance of enhancing the well-being of junior members in the bank. As a result, a committee was formed, tasked with delivering a comprehensive report within one month, outlining actionable steps to enhance their quality of life," said Dr Ndahiro.
ZIGAMA CSS is a financial cooperative with membership drawn mainly from Security Organs namely Rwanda Defence Force, Rwanda National Police, Rwanda Correctional Services, National Intelligence and Security Service, Rwanda Investigation Bureau and Rwanda Forensics Laboratory.