Rwanda’s Prosecutor General, Martin Ngoga, has told western countries, including the United States and France, to either extradite Genocide fugitives or stop creating an impression that they are investigating them and instead “keep them as their citizens”.
The region will soon have fulltime judges at the East African Court of Justice (EACJ). The East African Community partner states agreed, last week, to appoint judges on a permanent basis to the Arusha-based court, who will devote their time to administer justice at the regional body,
Experts from the University of Greenwich’s famed Natural Resources Institute (NRI) will provide crucial research, consultancy and education services to the Chamber of Deputies’ Committee on Agriculture, Livestock and Environment, an MP said yesterday.
The Rector of Kigali Institute of Education (KIE), Prof. George K. Njoroge, has called on the government and the private sector to invest in science and technology saying that it will generally spur development.