President Paul Kagame today warned the new cabinet to stop sustaining bureaucracy so to better and faster.
He was speaking at the swearing in ceremony of the new cabinet that took place at the Rwanda Parliament.
“I thank those who took oath of office today for their commitment to work with us all to move this country forward. Everyone complains about bureaucracy but you each play a role in sustaining it. We have to keep working to do better and faster,” Kagame said.
At the swearing in ceremony faces of new ministers and governors took oath including Esperance Nyirasafari, new Minister of Gender and Family Promotion, Minister of State in charge of Socio-Economic Development in the Ministry of Local Government Vincent Munyeshyaka, Minister of State in Charge of Primary and Secondary Education in the Ministry of Education Isaac Munyakazi, , Minister of State in charge of Constitutional and Legal Affairs in the Ministry of Justice Evode Uwizeyimana and Minister of State in Charge of Agriculture in the Ministry of Agriculture and Animal Resources Fulgence Nsengiyumva.
Kagame urged all the ministers to give oath its lawful weight working with diligence and a sense of urgency.
He noted that progress is being made and should continue irrespective of how much is achieved.
New leaders were asked to aim higher as the already existent but replaced ones continue to contribute to the prosperity of the country.