The chairman of Musanze district council, Eng Emile Bayisenga has told IGIHE that leaders were forced to resign over failure to deliver to the best of their duties.
“The mayor has been forced to resign over failure to comply with the master plan of Musanze district, failure to fulfill his obligations and corruption cases while the vice mayor for economic affairs resigned over-involvement in an assault. The vice mayor in charge of social welfare resigned over failure to deliver,” he said.
The spate of resignations also spread to Ngororero district where all vice mayors and the executive secretary, Rukazambuga Gilbert submitted resignation letters yesterday.
These include the vice mayor for economic affairs, Kanyange Christine and his colleague in charge of social affairs, Kuradusenge Janvier.
Kanyange Christine has told IGIHE that she abdicated for personal reasons and will be taking care of her family.
“It is true that I have resigned. I am going to take care of my family,” she said.
On the other hand, the Ngororero district advising council attributed their resignation to failure to deliver.
It is said that resigned leaders failed to implement the advising council’s resolutions to fast-track programs aimed at addressing residents’ issues and advancing their development.
The Chairman of Ngororero district advising council, Dr. Dushimumuremyi Jean Paul has told IGIHE three leaders resigned on account of ineffective performance.
In Karongi district, mayor Ndayisaba François and his deputies including Bagwire Esperance, vice mayor for economic affairs and Mukashema Drocella, the vice mayor in charge of social affairs submitted resignation letters citing personal reasons.
The chairman of Karongi district advising council, Mutangana Frederic, has told IGIHE that the entire committee was forced to resign over failure to fulfill their duties.
“They have been asked to resign over failure to deliver and achieving targets. They didn’t resign on their own volition. The district still has unresolved issues among citizens while the district’s development has stalled,” he explained.
The mayor of Muhanga district, Uwamariya Beatrice also sent a resignation letter.
The chairman of Muhanga district advising council, Theobard Shyaka has told IGIHE that he learned about the resignation on WhatsApp as he attended senatorial campaigns.
“I saw a copy of the resignation letter on WhatsApp group,” he said.
The chairman of the advising council in Burera district, Habineza Faustin has confirmed that the vice mayor for social affairs(Habyarimana Jean Baptiste) resigned over failure to deliver.
It is said that the latter resigned in his own favor though the advising council was planning to make him resign.
In Southern Province, the vice mayor for economic affairs in Gisagara district, Hanganimana Jean Paul also submitted a resignation letter.
The chairman of the Gisagara district advising council, Uwimana Innocent has told IGIHE that Hanganimana attributed the resignation to ineffective performance.
Uwimana explained that the council approved the resignation of Hanganimana yesterday.
IGIHE has learned that the vice mayor for economic affairs in Rubavu district, Murenzi Janvier and his colleague in charge of social affairs, Uwampayizina Marie Grace’s resignation went viral during evening hours after holding a meeting with Western Province Governor, Munyantwari Alphonse.
IGIHE has also learned that Rutsiro vice mayors are going through a resignation process.