The Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations, (DIGP) Dan Munyuza, on August 22, briefed a contingent of 140 Police officers set to be deployed for a one-year peacekeeping mission under the United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) mandate.
The Formed Police Unit (FPU) contingent, which will be the eighth National Police rotation in the Caribbean nation, is headed by Assistant Commissioner of Police (ACP) Yahaya Kamunuga as its commander and includes 20 female.
“You have been well prepared for the mission but during your tour of duty, you are required to exhibit the highest level of integrity. Ensure that in the one year of duty your of your motherland, you serve to the best of your ability and with maximum discipline,” said DIGP Munyuza.
”The Deputy Police Chief further urged them to cooperate with and learn from other peacekeepers’ experience adding that “learning is continuous.”
The deployment of RWAFPU8 contingent will bring the number of RNP officers who have served in Haiti under FPU since the maiden deployment in 2010, to 1120.
The Express News