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Officers Receive Vehicles And Judicial Motorcycles To Ease Mobility

Officers Receive Vehicles And Judicial Motorcycles To Ease Mobility

Judicial officers have received vehicles and motorcycles to ease mobility and services to the people. Pius Bigirimana, permanent secretary to the judiciary while speaking to the media said they will give at least 50 magistrates cars.

On the other hand, court clerks and other support staff will get motorcycles.

“If you support the Judiciary, you are supporting the economy of this country. I appreciate the budget support by the government to the Judiciary to administer justice,” he said.

The judiciary has received 59 vehicles and 50 motorcycles. He noted that this support is going to improve service delivery. The public, therefore, should await for more innovations and improved justice.

The cars and the motorcycles will help the judicial officers to travel to the field. This is especially in the areas of conflict to ascertain the facts, something Bigirimana said has been a big challenge.

“We don’t want the judicial officer to go on a boda boda. Because you might go on a boda-boda of a relative who is culprit in the conflict. The probability that this judicial officer can be harmed is very high,” he said.

Pius Bigirimana noted that transport is key in ensuring justice in the country. Remote places normally have issues with justice because it’s hard to reach the people that can help them.

If they use the motorcycles and vehicles right, definitely justice delivery is going to improve.

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