Police, yesterday, paraded two men suspected to be part of a 14-man cartel that trafficked about 360kg of cannabis into the country, estimated to be worth Rwf30 million.
He also told residents that police are searching for other 12 suspects still at large.
“Residents know the traffickers and the tricks they use and they are now willing to cooperate in bringing them to justice,” Muragijemungu said.
“Traffickers normally operate at night but with the help of security organs we are going to put “Irondo” in wetland that will be operational at all times,” he added.
Police deployments have since identified three major routes used to traffic cannabis from Tanzania. They include Gikoma route in Musaza sector, Nyamirambo route in Kigarama sector and Rwantonde route in Gatore sector, all in Kirehe District.
The Express News