Gaspard Munyamana and Wilson Ntakirutimana, both in charge of information and security, respectively, in Kira Village of Kibenga Cell in Ndera were taken into custody on Wednesday after the would be victim reported the matter to police.
In what was originally meant to be a kraal, was later turned into a residential house.
“We bargained until we agreed that I give them Rwf100, 000. They were listing a number of leaders they would share the money within the village and cell,” Mukanemeye said.
“I knew that what they were asking was unlawful, so I called the police and informed them, and that’s how the two were arrested red-handed after receiving part of the money.”
“The City of Kigali has a master plan which should be followed. The implementation of this master plan is equally the responsibility of grassroots leaders, and contrary to that they will also be accountable,” the spokesperson said.“These same leaders, who are supposed to guide the people, are the same luring them into losses, where they criminally solicit bribes from them well knowing that these illegal structures will also be erased. This is an act of impeding government development programmes, which every Rwandan should fight.”
“Soliciting or giving a bribe in criminal, and whoever will be caught will face the wrath of the law.”