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02.05.2017 00:00 Category: MINALOC News

LABOUR DAY: NDORIMANA DENYS IS THE EMPLOYEE OF THE YEAR


Hon Mukabaramba Alvera (R) awards Ndorimana Denys (L) during the Labor day celebrations

May 2, 2017

The Leadership and staff of the Ministry of Local Government joined the rest of the world to celebrate International Labour Day yesterday, and staff members who excelled in their performance from every Ministry’s department were awarded.

Ndorimana Denys the accountant at the Ministry was elected as overall best performer in the fiscal year 2016-2017. He was awarded with a certificate of merit and an additional check of 300,000 RwF. Ndorimana has been an accountant at MINALOC since 2014.

The staff was reminded to celebrate the day by making a flash back and backward looking to check on what they have achieved and take measures on how to progress with the next step by improving their productivity within service.

Other staff members awarded included GAKIRE Bob, Territorial Administration Specialist in the Department of Territorial Administration and Good Governance; YANKULIJE Thacien, who was Social Protection Management Information Specialist before he was appointed the director of Social Affairs Unit in the Department of Community Development and Social Affairs;  NDORIMANA Denys, an Accountant in the Directorate of Administration and Finance; RUBAGENGA Claire, Administrative Assistant to the Minister of State in Charge of Social Affairs and Social Protection; NSABIBARUTA Maurice, Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist in the Department of Local Government Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation; and finally HAVUGIMANA Joseph Curio, Public Relations and Communication Officer in the Office of Permanent Secretary.

The Minister of Local Government, Hon Kaboneka Francis, urged the staff to take advantage of the opportunity they have to contribute to the development of the country and to consolidate positive gains that have been achieved.

Minister Kaboneka said; “As we celebrate this Labor Day, it is time to reflect on our contribution to the development of the country, in order to transform it into an enjoyable place where everyone is happy to stay. This requires commitment to consolidate what has been achieved through hard work, sacrifice and selflessness”.