Genocide survivors’ houses not worth the money spent - AG

After spending over Rwf 6 billion on housing for survivors of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, an assessment carried out by the Auditor General has revealed that the construction was not worth the amount of money spent.  The Auditor General carried out the assessment study on the request of the Senate.  The audit, that was carried for the period 2006 – 2007 looked at the funds utilised by Fund for Genocide Survivors (FARG) for the construction of shelter and projects to help survivors.
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Edwin Musoni