Minister Busingye urges court bailiffs and notaries on professionalism

By IGIHE
On 4 October 2019 at 10:20

The Minister of Justice and State Attorney General, Johnston Busingye has urged court bailiffs and notaries sworn in recently to respect laws and uphold honesty as foundations for successful fulfillment of their duties.

The Minister gave the advice yesterday as he administered oaths of 50 professional court bailiffs, 78 non-professional bailiffs, 20 public notaries, and 30 public notaries.

“Your duty as court bailiffs is key to equitable justice delivery. We cannot presume justice was rendered when court cases were not handled effectively without delays,” he said.

“You have the ultimate duty of delivering justice in all situations. Doing it effectively shall reflect your role towards building a country respecting laws,” added Busingye.
Busingye advised them on professionalism respecting legal provisions.

He specifically emphasized that Rwandans expect improved notary services delivery, hence pushing for the need to put citizens at the center of national development.

“I take this opportunity to remind you that we shall not tolerate whoever tends to deviate from the oath taken today leadership is keen on promoting common interest leading them into positive social-economic transformations,” advised Busingye.

Rwanda has 500 professional court bailiffs. Non-professional court bailiffs include local leaders from cell levels, sectors and others from public institutions.

The Minister administered oaths of 50 professional court bailiffs, 78 non-professional bailiffs, 20 public notaries, and 30 public notaries.

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