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Zigama CSS General Assembly Approves Business Plan For 2023

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ZIGAMA CSS General Assembly members convened today at RDF Headquarters, Kimihurura. The General Assembly discussed and approved ZIGAMA CSS 2023 Business Plan.

The 37th General Assembly was chaired by Honorable Minister of Defence, Maj Gen Albert Murasira and attended by the Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Jean Bosco Kazura; as well as service chiefs and heads of security organs; and selected list of members.

According to the approved Business Plan for the year 2023, ZCSS targets to increase its Gross Income to Rwf85 billion from R2f69 billion and its Net Profit to Rwf25.9 billion from Rwf20 billion.

Zigama CSS Chairman of the Board of Directors, Dr James Ndahiro said that ZCSS is currently concluding 5 years strategic plan whereby they registered a number of achievements including providing shelter to a big number of members as well as providing services using digital platforms.

The general assembly was also an opportunity to receive suggestions from members for the next 5 years strategic plan, he said.

“In the last 5 years we managed to provide products and services for our members, and those services have been largely provided using digital platforms. I think that is a remarkable achievement given that our membership now is able to utilise digital services and we package our products now digitally to all levels of our membership. As we continue into the future, most of our products and services will be digital and we are calling our members to keep in line,” he said.

ZIGAMA CSS is a financial cooperative with membership drawn mainly from Security Organs namely Rwanda Defence Force, Rwanda National police, Rwanda Correctional Services, National Intelligence and Security Service and Rwanda Investigation Bureau.