A woman identified as Louise Nunvayabagabo (56) was on Thursday night found murdered by unknown people in Rukiri village in Remera sector.
The husband of the deceased said that he found the dead body gagged with pieces of clothes in her mouth and some cuts on her head.
According to relatives of the deceased, they suspect the house boy to have murdered the deceased as he is missing.
The hose boy was only identified as Theo, even to his employers.Police are still investigating the matter.
City Radio employee falls off 3rdfloor, dies
Jeanne Mukeshimana, an employee of City Radio yesterday died instantly after falling down from the third floor of the city radio building in Kigali city.
The deceased’s employers said that she slid as she was cleaning the glasses in the morning hours.Mukeshimana had worked for city radio as a cleaner for five years.
Police in Huye district are holding a young woman alleged to have stolen foreign currency from her employers and fled from Kigali.
Frida Mukamisha stole $500, 100euros and some Dirham, a currency used in Dubai, from a home where she was employed as a house-help.
However, when Mukamisha was nabbed this week by police, she denied all accusations until a member of the church in which her employer prays intervened.
Police, residents burn drugs
Residents in collaboration with police in Huye district yesterday burnt over 68 kilogrammes of drugs and 120 litres of local brew locally known as Kanyanga.During the operation, a 33-year old lady was arrested while selling the Marijuana.
Residents complete literacy course
Over 530 residents of Ruramira village in Kayonza district yesterday completed a six-month training on how to read and write.
The programme which is supported by Urunana Soap Opera has seen over 3,300 residents from 12 sectors in the district learning how to read and write.
During the closing ceremony, residents expressed their appreciation for what they have learnt saying that it is in line with the vision 2020.
Mucyo want all genocide victims recovered
The Executive Secretary of the National Commission against the Genocide, Jean de Dieu Mucyo yesterday called upon all residents expedite the process of exhuming and according decent burial to the Genocide victims.
He said that the process should be completed at the end of this year.
He however said that despite this deadline, bodies that could be revealed next year will also be recognised.