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MINISTER KABONEKA RALLIES MUSANZE FOR AGRICULTURE
TAX COMPLIANCE SHOULD BECOME A CULTURE- Minister KABONEKA
EASTERN PROVINCE WELCOMES NEW GOVERNOR
GATABAZI TAKES OVER AS NEW NORTHERN PROVINCE GOVERNOR

MINISTER KABONEKA RALLIES MUSANZE FOR AGRICULTURE

September 22, 2017 The Minister of Local Government, Kaboneka Francis, rallied today residents of Nyange Sector, Musanze district, for the launch of the agriculture season 2018A in the

TAX COMPLIANCE SHOULD BECOME A CULTURE- Minister KABONEKA

September 21, 2017 The Minister of Local Government, Francis Kaboneka, rallied taxpayers from the Northern Province and he urged citizens to always clear their tax obligations in time to facilitate

EASTERN PROVINCE WELCOMES NEW GOVERNOR

On Thursday, different leaders gathered to welcome the new governor of Eastern Province of Rwanda Mr. Mufulukye Fred who was approved by the Senate last week. The handover ceremony brought together

GATABAZI TAKES OVER AS NEW NORTHERN PROVINCE GOVERNOR

September 14, 2017  Mr Gatabazi Jean Marie Vianney is the new Governor of the Northern Province. He officially took over responsibilities from Mr Musabyimana Jean Claude, who has been appointed
 
PERFORMANCE CONTRACTS TO FOCUS ON SOCIAL ECONOMIC TRANSFORMATION

On July 11-12, 2011, the Minister of Local Government, Honorable James MUSONI chaired a two day meeting that was hosted by the Ministry of Local Government at Lemigo Hotel in Kigali, Rwanda, to discuss on the...[more]

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEET OVER IMIHIGO EVALUATION

LOCAL GOVERNMENTS MEET OVER IMIHIGO EVALUATION   PRESS RELEASE   “Performance contracts –Imihigo- have contributed significantly to national development and Rwandans’ socio-economic transformation”, the Minister of...[more]

THE WORLD BANK PLEDGES SUPPORT TO RWANDA’S SOCIAL PROTECTION PROGRAMS

“Rwanda is doing good job in the area of social protection, and that is why the World Bank is committed to continued moral and financial support”, the World Bank Country Director, Mr ZUTT JOHANNES has said. The remarks were made...[more]