Prime Minister Dr. Edouard Ngirinte has called upon prosecution to speed up pending dossiers to avoid derailing government’s efforts of adminsitering societal cohesion and justice.
He said delayed justice affects national interests and individual rights.
He was speaking yesterday at his office while presiding over a swearing-in ceremony of seven prosecutors, two at intermediate level, two at primary level and three contractual prosecutors at primary level.
The Premier congratulated the corn-in prosecutors and encouraged them to excersie maximum diligence and maintain high standards of professionalism.
He cautioned them against laxity and urged them to remain professionals of integrity and fight corruption, nepotism, favouritism and similar vices.
Dr. Ngirente advised the prosecutors to collaborate with other institutions and be mindful of the virtue of providing good and fast service.
“You should also use technology to speed up cases and to investigate crimes, because crimes are now facilitated by technology. It is thus important that you become tech-savvy in your day-today activities,” he said.