RNP News

KIGALI: Police arrest four over vandalizing electricity pylons

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has arrested four men in City of Kigali in connection with vandalizing electricity pylons causing power outage.

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Rubavu: Couple intercepted with over 2400 pellets of cannabis

As the fight against trafficking, distributing and abusing narcotics continues, the Rwanda National Police (RNP) Anti-Narcotics Unit (ANU) arrested a...

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Police impersonator arrested in Rubavu

A man, who was impersonating the commander for Nyamyumba Police station in Rubavu District and defrauding unwitting members of the public, has been...

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Anti-Narcotics Unit arrest more major drug dealers

The Rwanda National Police (RNP) Anti-Narcotics Unit (ANU) has arrested two other people in Rubavu districts suspected to be major drug dealers.

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Nyaruguru: Six intercepted smuggling sacks of clothes

Security organs in Nyaruguru District, on January 10, intercepted six men in Cyahinda Sector, Rutobwe Cell carrying six sacks of smuggled second hand...

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Ruhango: Two arrested for attempted bribery

Two men identified as Vincent Ntirushwamaboko, 32, and Daniel Masengesho, 25, were arrested on Sunday, January 10, in Gasuma Village of Cyebero Cell,...

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Rubavu: Two drug dealers arrested with over 1,000 pellets of cannabis

The Rwanda National Police (RNP) Anti-Narcotics Unit (ANU) has arrested two people in Rubavu District in connection with trafficking and distributing...

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Fear COVID-19 not Police

Rwanda National Police (RNP) has called upon residents of Rwanda to fear the pandemic of the COVID-19 and abide by all measures meant to prevent its...

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COVID-19: 17 caught in house party drinking

Police and local leaders in Kicukiro District, in the morning of Sunday, January 10, arrested 17 people in Kanserege, Kagarama Sector where they had...

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COVID-19: Number of violators down by over 50 percent

The number of people violating the national directives designed to fight and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 has reduced by 50.2 percent, according...

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