Rwanda : Female police officers prepare for Darfur mission
One hundred female Police Officers in Rwanda have been briefed on the need to uphold quality services and dignity which have been the mark of Rwandan forces in all foreign missions.
The officers were briefed by the Inspector General of Police, Emmanuel K. Gasana during a pre-deployment session held at the Rwanda National Police (RNP) General Headquarters in Kacyiru, on October 5.
The team will head for a peacekeeping mission in Darfur, in Southern- which has suffered the rage of for the last decades. They will be deployed under the United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID) forces.
“Cooperate with others, provide quality services and Agaciro (dignity) as we bring peace to the rest of the world,” IGP Gasana told the parade.
The contingent will be headed by Inspector of Police, IP Agnes Mutumwinka and the team will replace a team of 100 female officers who returned to Rwanda, late last month after serving in Darfur for a period of 23 months.