News of Rwanda (Kigali)

17 July 2012

Rwanda | Nyamasheke - District's Income, Expenditures June 2012 Appreciated

District workers in finance department, with Sectors' accountants, tax receivers and contractors responsible for tax collection in Nyamasheke district on 13th.July.2012; convened a meeting whereas authorities appreciated the income improvement and fair expenditures.

Salomon Nyuzwenimana the head of finance department in Nyamasheke district said that in the month of June the district had more income than what was expected which was almost 39 million francs.

He went on to say that even in the expenditures they are doing well though they haven't got the reports of some of their projects which are not yet completed and even some sectors received the money late because of different reasons.

He asked those who were in this meeting to look and prepare the reports soon enough so that they can prepare the end of the year budget reports when they had solved everything.

He also asked the sectors' accountants that through the accounts committee they should prepare meeting to evaluate income and expenditures in their sectors.

Nyuzwenimana told the sectors' accountants to match their action plans with the income they have and then present their action plans to the district so as the district to support them in any possible way.

People who attended this meeting were asked to work with more strength and put in much effort so as to achieve a lot in this of 2012-2013 economic year budgets.

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