Crime & Investigation

Gasana Praises Rwanda Police Stabilisation Force in Haiti

Rwanda’s Inspector General of Police, Emmanuel Gasana has commended his country’s contingent for the job well done in the framework of MINUSTAH towards stabilization of Haiti.

He made the remarks this week while visiting Rwanda Formed Police Unit (FPU) deployed in Jeremie, Haiti.

The IGP was accompanied by ACP William Kayitare; Commissioner for Peace Support Operations, ACP David Butare; Commissioner for Logistics and CSP Boniface Rutikanga; Police Advisor in Rwanda Permanent Mission to the United Nations.

The IGP urged police officers to “uphold Rwandan values, maintain professional conduct and live up to the required standards when executing the mission mandate.”

He further reminded officers and men that they should remain good ambassadors of our country in order to keep Rwanda flag high.

Rwanda National Police has been serving in MINUSTAH for the last six years.

It has a contingent of 160 FPU members and 26 Individual Police Officers deployed in different sectors.

The Rwandan contingent is among 12 FPU deployed in the mission. The other Units are drawn from six countries namely Senegal, Bangladesh, Jordan, India, Pakistan and Nepal.

The Contingent Commander, CP Joseph Mugisha, reassured the IGP that officers and men are committed to the task and dedicated to fulfill the Mission mandate.

During the -3-day visit in Haiti, the IGP also met with Mission and Government officials.

They shared pertinent issues including Rwanda’s commitment towards realization of peace and security of Haiti.

CG Emmanuel Gasana visited Haiti after attending United Nations Chiefs of Police Summit held in New York in the United Nations Headquarters.

The Summit had brought together Ministers and Heads of Police Institutions from 142 member states across the Globe.

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