170 Police officers set off for South Sudan mission

Rwanda National Police officers board a UN plane at Kigali International Airport en route to South Sudan, yesterday, for a one-year tour of duty under the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). Some 170 police officers were seen off by Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of operations, Dan Munyuza. The contingent, headed by ACP Rogers Rutikanga, will be based in Malakal County, located about 500km north of the capital Juba. (Courtesy)

Rwanda National Police officers board a UN plane at Kigali International Airport en route to South Sudan, yesterday, for a one-year tour of duty under the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). Some 170 police officers were seen off by Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of operations, Dan Munyuza. The contingent, headed by ACP Rogers Rutikanga, will be based in Malakal County, located about 500km north of the capital Juba. (Courtesy)

 

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