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New Military Prosecutors take oath

 Kigali, 28 March 2017

The Prime Minister, Rt Hon Anastase Murekezi on 28th March 2017 presided over the swearing in ceremony of 3 new military prosecutors.
The sworn in military prosecutors include Capt Vincent Ndayisaba, Capt Christian Kayitare and Lt Claudine Muhawenimana.

In his remarks, Prime Minister Murekezi reminded the new military prosecutors the meaning of their oath. “The oath you have taken is a commitment with Rwandans and failure to honour it bears consequences”, he said.

“Rwanda Defence Force is known for discipline worldwide, let discipline and honesty be your values and guide you every day”, Rt Hon Prime Minister further advised the new military prosecutors.
He also urged them to keep on increasing their knowledge and using new technology in their work, maintaining good cooperation with their predecessors and other institutions they will be working with.

The swearing in ceremony took place at the Prime Minister’s Office in Kimihurura and was attended by Honorable Minister of Defence, Gen James Kabarebe; Minister of Cabinet Affairs, Hon Stella Ford Mugabo; Minister of State in charge of Constitutional and Legal Affairs in the Ministry of Justice, Evode Uwizeyimana and the RDF Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Patrick Nyamvumba, among other officials.