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CHOICE MUST BE ON THE FIRST PLACE, LAWS AND REGULATIONS WILL FOLLOW - JOHNSTON BUSINGYE



Author UZABAKIRIHO Jean Gabriel Views

On this Thursday, 24th October 2019, Rwanda National Police Minister of Justice and the police administration had a meeting with media with objective of the impact of Rwandans in fighting against road accidents and other sins.

In eight-weeks program of preventing the road accidents, there are projects that had been set, Gerayo Amahoro is one of them, this program had decreased high level of accidents in roads as it is said by Assistant Commissioner of Police Teddy Ruyenzi.

“We had put strength in stopping drunk drivers and we are so happy that people are changed and number had decreased, we also reduced the number of people who used to remove speed governors in their vehicles. By comparing this session and the previous one there is hope that there will be no fatal accidents in the future.” She said


Assistant Commissioner of Police Teddy Ruyenzi.

Even though police had shown this success, there still is the need of people who must be aware of the security of the street, the Minister of Justice Johnston Busingye gave some piece of advices to all Rwandan especially those who have vehicles that they have to do the right things by their choice of what is right not laws.

“Don’t wait for laws and regulations to guide you, you better put the choice on the first place and then other strategies will follow, we should focus on prevention rather than cure.” He said


Minister of Justice Johnston Busingye warned drivers

In this meeting also Minister Busingye had warned those who come to disturb security of our country to stop such actions, he also said that those people with their fearless hearts are committing suicide.

“Those who disturb the security of Rwanda are from outside of the country most of the time are the enemies of the country and are taken as those who commit suicide because once they came inside the country, they have no way out.”

There is also the problem of people who give alcohol to the children who are under age of eighteen and those who get drunk in public, the Inspector General of Police Dan Munyuza warned people who do such things to be aware of punishments. He also reminded people that drugs are not allowed in our territory.


Different reporters had attended the meeting





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