Nyamasheke mayor resigns

By IGIHE
On 4 September 2019 at 05:39

The mayor of Nyamasheke district, Kamali Aimé Fabien has resigned on request of the district’s advisory council over ineffective performance.

He is the latest among district officials who have been resigning or forced to leave office since Tuesday.

The district’s advisory council forced him to resign today around 2pm and appointed the vice mayor for economic development, Ntaganira Josué Michel as the acting mayor.

The chairman of Nyamasheke district advising council, Dr Ndabamenye Telesphore has attributed the forced resignation to failure to deliver.

“The district’s advisory council convened today to discuss development programs with a focus on leader’s engagement. It was observed that the mayor had short falls in performance hence losing the trust of the council,” he said.

Ndabamenye explained that failure to coordinate development projects are among is among reasons for the resignation.

Kamali was elected Nyamasheke mayor in February 2015 replacing Habyarimana Jean Baptiste who resigned in the same year. Kamali had previously served as the executive secretary of Kanjongo sector in the same district.

The mayor of Nyamasheke district, Kamali Aimé Fabien has resigned on request of the district’s advisory council over ineffective performance.

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