Government officials who failed to declare their wealth will be penalised. Speaking to The Sunday Times, Jean Pierre Nkurunziza, the advisor to the Ombudsman, clarified that the watchdog has so far identified 474 public servants who failed to declare their wealth as required by law, and not 60 as earlier reported.
Just like most countries in Sub-Saharan Africa, complicated health cases in the country are usually referred to countries with superior healthcare like India. However, increasingly many complicated medical cases are being handled here, which is a sign of changing times.
President Kagame on Friday met with Chief Justices of the East African Community where he emphasised the importance of solid national justice systems as a pillar of political, economic and social development, and called for stronger regional and continental judicial mechanisms to solve difficult challenges faced in Africa.
A survey conducted by Transparency International-Rwanda (TI-RW) on behalf of Rwanda Governance Board (RGB), reveals that 75.9 per cent of people who refer their cases to local mediators, commonly known as Abunzi, have full trust in the committees.