Friday, 17 May 2013

New prosecutors urged on integrity


Newly sworn in prosecutors meet Prime Minister Habumuremyi yesterday.
Prosecutors have been challenged not to betray public trust.

The remarks were made by the Prime Minister, Dr. Pierre Damien Habumuremyi during the swearing in ceremony of  four newly appointed prosecutors yesterday at a function attended by the Prosecutor-General Martin Ngoga and other government officials.

The prosecutors, Jean Baptiste Nshimiyimana, Jean Bosco Muhayimana, Domitilla  Mukangoga and Jonas Niyitegeka, were also warned against graft.

“No one is above the law; you should work within the law and work hard for the good of country and citizens,” Dr Habumuremyi told the quartet. 

“Avoid anything that might tarnish your image and the country, respect time, and be honest in handling any case that comes your way,” he advised.

Muhayimana, one of the prosecutors, said they would dispense their duties deligently.

“This will help us offer services to those seeking justice and contribute to the development of the country,” he said. “Together, we will build a strong country governed by the rule of law. Rwanda is known for being among the least corrupt countries and it’s our duty to maintain the fight.”


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