Security threat architects won’t be able to destabilize the country-Minister Busingye

By IGIHE
On 29 July 2019 at 12:00

The Minister for Justice and Attorney General, Johnston Busingye has assured Nyaruguru residents that no one has the right to destabilize their security that whoever attempts to do so shall face serious problems.

The Minister gave the assurance on Saturday as he joined Nyaruguru residents in a monthly community workshop held in the Ruramba sector.

It was characterized by grading land where vulnerable families without decent homes will be resettled and building kitchen backyards in households of the area.

Following the community work, residents were informed of initiatives meant to boost the country’s development and citizens’ welfare and reminded that they can’t be achieved without security.

Busingye said that security is part of their rights that whoever intends to threaten security will face severe penalties granted by laws.

“You have recently heard jobless people who camped in Nyungwe attempting to threaten national security. They were trapped in poverty to the point of lacking money to buy banana beer and decided to fight. They made it wrong and were corrected,” he said.

Busingye said that the Government cannot tolerate anyone intending to destabilize national security and urged them to hold and strive for that legacy.

“You have rights to security. It is a responsibility, the legacy you to have to be assured of its presence and concentrate on other activities enhancing your families’ progress and welfare,” he highlighted.

The Minister said that no one can destabilize national security wherever he/she is from.

“It won’t be possible regardless of whether the enemy comes from the sky, from water masses or under the earth. You have to sleep and eat comfortably because we are aware of our concerns to uplift our families’ welfare. We won’t be worried of our security,” he said.

Nyaruguru residents also pledged their contribution to maintaining security intensifying patrols and alerting officials whenever they are suspicious of security threats.

During the event, 15 professional patrol agents received equipment including raincoats, boots, a torch and batons bought with residents’ contributions.

The Mayor of Nyaruguru district, François Habitegeko said they want professional patrols extended to every cell.

“Donated equipment is meant to make their work easy. It will be an ongoing initiative to have professional patrol post in every cell supervising other patrol agents,” he revealed.

Residents were also reminded to promote peace at home, stand against disputes and concert efforts to curb drug abuse.

The Minister joined Nyaruguru residents in a monthly community workshop held in the Ruramba sector.
The community work was characterized by grading land where vulnerable families without decent homes will be resettled
Busingye said that the Government cannot tolerate anyone intending to destabilize national security

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