LeTourneau University attracts students from all over the world, including Rwanda. Several of them took the opportunity to speak into chapel Monday morning.
The District Police Commander (DPC) of Ngororero, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Marc Gasangwa has told residents that fighting genocide ideology is a responsibility for all and urged them to always report anyone who denies or minimizes the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi.
A Village Chief of Mpongo, Nsanga Cell of Rugendabari Sector in Muhanga District has been arrested for allegedly soliciting bribes from the disadvantaged people in the village as means to add them on the list of beneficiaries under the One-Cow-Per-Family programme commonly known as Gir’inka.
This could be your turn to be recruited in the force of Rwanda National Police as a way of increasing and tightening Rwanda’s security in and around the country. Don’t miss this chance and make sure to observe the requirements as announced earlier by the ACP of Police.
Kampala: A building under construction along Makerere Hill road has collapsed leaving an unknown number of people hurt.
Over 300 residents of Ngeru Cell, Minini Sector in Nyaruguru District were urged to play a significant role in preventing and reporting drug dealers and abusers in their area.
Ngororero District Police Commander, Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) Marc Gasangwa has urged local leaders in the district to champion protection of children rights.
Rwanda National Police has warned the public against “self administered justice” adding that it is a crime itself.
A cleaner at Cyanika Savings and Credit Cooperative (SACCO) branch in Nyamagabe District has been arrested in connection with stealing Rwf1.5 million from the branch counters.
Dar/Kigali: From his nickname, “What would Magufuli do?” President John Magufuli will today visit Rwanda in his first foreign trip since he was elected last year. Dr Magufuli will join his Rwandan counterpart, Mr Paul Kagame, in commemorating the country’s 1994 genocide during the visit.
Following the intensified operations to break the supply chain of narcotic drugs, Police in the Eastern Province has arrested five people in Rwamagana and Ngoma districts after they were found trafficking about 170 kg of cannabis.
Rwanda National Police (RNP) has reassured the general public of safety and security during the upcoming 22nd commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi but called upon the population to stand together against any form of action aimed at genocide ideology, negating and denial.
Drone delivery might be years away in the U.S., but it’s becoming a reality in Rwanda this summer.
Senior officers attending the Senior Command and Staff Course at Rwanda Defence Force Command and Staff College in Nyakinama, Musanze District are undergoing their annual international study tour to Ethiopia and Turkey that started on 2 April 2016.
In stand of improving good partnership to promote Rwandan families development, Uzabaho Grace Mission (UGM) held a meeting 1 April, 2016 at St Paul-Kigali with an international corporation of local NGOs called United Religions Initiative (URI).
Survivors of the 1994 Rwanda genocide under their umbrella association of Rwanda genocide survivors (Kwibuka) have identified 3,800 social workers that will deal with the cases of trauma during the 22nd commemoration of 1994 Rwanda genocide.
Ugandan police will lift their luggage and leave the home of the President Yoweri Museveni’s greatest rival, they said on Friday, weeks after restricting his movements when he lost an election he said was rigged.
High Court in Kampala has granted bail to former coordinator of intelligence services, Gen David Sejusa.
The conviction of three Rwandan former military officials in a flawed trial is a clear example of the misuse of the justice system to stifle freedom of expression after the Ex-Military Officers Convicted over Comments.
Fishermen operating in Lake Kivu have been urged to take internal measures and partner with police to ensure security in the lake.
The Military High Court today ruled on the criminal cases that have been going on against Col Tom Byabagamba, Brig Gen (Rtd) Frank Kanyambo Rusagara and Sgt (Rtd) Kabayiza François. All the accused were found guilty and sentenced.
Supreme Court has dismissed an election petition filed by former Prime Minister seeking the annulment of President Yoweri Museveni’s election victory.
Commemoration activities will start with the lighting the "flame of remembrance" at the Kigali Genocide Memorial, where remains of about 250,000 victims are buried.
Police in Nyagatare District are holding one Paul Gombaniro, a student of University of Rwanda-College of Agriculture, Animal Sciences and Veterinary medicine, in connection with the theft of 16 computers.
President Paul Kagame, on March 30, addressed the Rwanda National Police (RNP) supreme organ –Police High Council – and challenged the force to aim for “quality.”
In a development which has been murmured about for the past couple of days have the Rwandan government now given the annual naming of the new born gorillas its own dedicated day, being the first Friday of September.
In 1967, American primatologist Fosse arrived by herself at Rwanda’s Volcanoes National Park.
Rwanda National Police has appealed to resident of Muhanga and Kamonyi districts to desist from acts of illegal mining, which at times result into disasters and affect the environment.
Police are holding a man and woman who were allegedly caught with 11 cartons of banned gin possessing forged tax stamps.
Arusha. Kenya and Uganda are scrambling for hosting the East African Court of Justice (EACJ), renewing political supremacy wars in the regional body.
Following intensified sensitization campaign, Nyabihu District is now reaping big from Community Policing Committees (CPCs) who are taking a lead in crime prevention.
Burera District Police Commander Supt Dieudonné Rwangombwa has told over 400 students of GS Kagogo to be wary of people who masquerade as well-wishers adding that such people have ill intentions of trafficking the targeted youth.
Rwanda is planning to put some strict restrictions on Congolese nationals and also carry out an inspection to find out and get whoever that owns the Rwanda National ID’s in an illegal manner since this act puts at risk the privileges of refugees.
To build a more climate-resilient agriculture sector, the Rwandan government and partners are taking action to provide nearly a million farmers timely access to essential climate information services.
China and Rwanda agreed to enhance cooperation in various fields during a rare visit made here by a senior Chinese leader from Tuesday to Wednesday.
During his official visit to the residents of Gakenke, President Paul Kagame said to them that his government will no longer entertain leaders that don’t push quickly the government plans and projects that should be running at a high speed but because they are reluctant, we are not performing better.
Rwanda’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations and also the state minister for cooperation, Gasana. E. Richard, has attacked and dismissed the comments made by his US counterpart as false and doesn’t hold any sense and that they have no any impact they will make on Rwanda in general, Nobody should take her words as serious.
The Rwanda Development Board’s Tourism Department has now confirmed that the annual naming of the newborn gorilla babies will take place this year on September 9.
Emile Itangishaka, a resident of Gatore Sector in Kirehe District could have unlawfully succeeded once or twice to traffic for illegally selling narcotic drugs, but yesterday was his unlucky day – yet good – when a motorcyclist and a ticket vendor of a one local travel agency worked out a plan, apprehended and handed him over to the police station with his exhibit.
Arusha. The East African Community (EAC) election observers have described the last Sunday’s rerun of the general election in Zanzibar saying it was characterised by intimidating and thus instilled fear due to the tight security that was deployed there.