Rwandan Senate Approves 8 New Heads of Institutions
Senators have suggested an audit into the institutions the public officials are to lead before they are sworn in.
New Times, 8 September 2017
The Senate Thursday approved eight public officials who were last week appointed to lead various agencies, with some suggesting an audit into the institutions before the doors are… Read more »
New Times, 3 September 2017
President Paul Kagame on Saturday appointed four more senior leaders in various positions including permanent secretaries and heads of institutions. Read more »
Clockwise, the new officials approved by Senate; Anastase Murekezi (Chief Ombudsman), Eric Serubibi (Rwanda Housing Authority), Kampeta Sayinzoga (National Industrial Research Development Agency), Seraphine Mukantabana (Rwanda Demobilisation and Reintegration Commission), Gilbert Habyarimana (Rwanda Cooperative Agency), Fred Mufulukye (Eastern Province governor), Jean Marie Vianney Gatabazi (Northern Province governor), and Edouard Bamporiki (National Itorero Commission).
11 of 20 posts in President Paul Kagame's new administration have been taken by women. Kagame has cautioned the ministers against any form of mediocrity, saying they must give ... Read more »
President Paul Kagame, in consultation with new Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente, has appointed a new Cabinet. Two new ministries have also been created. Read more »