Police cautions the public over corruption

KIGALI - The Rwanda National Police would like to caution the public to steer away from corrupt tendencies.The vice is taking a new twist, where on several occasions, perpetrators have attempted to bribe Police officers. In a period of less than one month, police officers have rejected bribes of Frw 200,000; Frw 100,000 and Frw 7,000 respectively, in Rubavu, Gicumbi and Nyabihu.
Police spokesperson Theos Badege.
Police spokesperson Theos Badege.

KIGALI - The Rwanda National Police would like to caution the public to steer away from corrupt tendencies.

The vice is taking a new twist, where on several occasions, perpetrators have attempted to bribe Police officers.

In a period of less than one month, police officers have rejected bribes of Frw 200,000; Frw 100,000 and Frw 7,000 respectively, in Rubavu, Gicumbi and Nyabihu.

With the country’s zero tolerance to corruption, the Rwanda National Police calls on the general public to desist from corruption. In its capacity as the law enforcement institution, RNP is determined to ensure that all those involved in corruption activities are brought to justice.

Rwanda National Police takes the opportunity to thank those who have refused to be drawn into corruption.  It also expresses its gratitude to whistleblowers for their boldness in reporting corruption instances to law enforcers.
 
It further encourages them to continue giving information related to corruption instances so that it can be combated.

Superintendent Theos Badege
Spokesperson
Rwanda National Police