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Breaking News: Kagame reshuffles the cabinet

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President Kagame

By Robert Mugabe

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

Today President Paul Kagame has reshuffled his cabinet since he was reelected for his second term as Rwanda’s President since August 2010.

The long awaited reshuffle has brought back Joseph Habineza as Rwanda envoy to Nigeria. Habineza, the former youth minister who had recently resigned following recklessness claims which was published the news website le prophete now blocked in Rwanda.

The former Minister in the president’s office Solina Nyirahabimana has been sent to be the Rwanda high commissioner in Switzerland. And Replaced, by little known Venatia Tugireyezu.

Dr Charles Murigande who was education minister has also been moved to be the Rwanda’s envoy to Japan and replaced by the new imaging Pierre Damien Habumuremyi.

Dr. Jeanne d’Arc Mujawamaliya who was the Minister for Gender and family promotion has been moved to be the Kigali Institute of Sciences and technology (KIST) rector to fill the vacant Rector’s office which was occupied by the vice rector academic affairs Professor John SEVERIN MSHANA .

Dr. Jean d’Arc Mujawamariya has been replaced by Senator, Aloysia Inyumba who has comeback in the cabinet for the second time.

The infrastructure Minister Vincent Karega has been transferred to be the Rwanda’s envoy to South Africa, and been replaced by the little known Albert Nsengiyumva.

The former central Bank of Rwanda governor Francois Kanimba has been moved to be the minister for commerce and industry and replaced by Claver Gatete who was the deputy governor of the central Bank.

The former Minister of Commerce and industry has been moved to the central bank as the deputy governor. Dr. Agnes Binagwaho, the former Aids commission boss has been adopted in the cabinet as the minister for health following the vacant health ministry which was led by the now Executive secretary of EAC.

Protais Mitali has been reappointed as the youth, sports and culture minister after the consolidating his youth ministry with the sports and culture as one.

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10 Comments

10 Comments

  1. Davgil Rwabigwi

    May 7, 2011 at 12:56 PM

    I don’t think Dr. Charles Murigande should have been moved from the Ministry of Education. It’s much “akavuyo” now – I can say.

  2. james friday

    May 9, 2011 at 9:15 AM

    good job with the website

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