Huye emerges best District

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Huye emerges best District

President Kagame handing a trophy to Eugene Kayiranga Muzuka, the Mayor of Huye District, whose district emerged the best performer in the country.

Huye district has emerged the best performer in terms of performance contracts execution leading other 30 districts.

The district was able to score above other districts after its recent construction works on the state of the art bus and taxi complex that has been regarded as a model bus terminal in the country as well as its renovation works around the town.

In a bid to ensure that quality and on time service delivery, the districts each year sign performance contracts highlighting the projects as well as programs they have to execute within a period of a year.

While addressing the gathering after the announcement of the results, President Paul Kagame said that questions must be asked on why some districts have consistently performed poorly and gotten away with it.

“We need to know why some districts have underperformed while others remained in the same position,” said President Kagame.

Ngoma district which has been key focal district in terms of improving farmer likelihood came second with 81 points while Ngororero and Nyanza came on the third position, Kicukiro and Burera came forth.

Others are Nyamagabe on seventh position, Gasabo on eight, Nyagatare came ninth while Muhanga and Rwamagana came on tenth, while Gisagara on twelfth, Musanze and Kirehe on thirteenth, Rubavu fifteenth.

Whilst, Nyamasheke became sixteenth with Nyaruguru on seventeenth, Ruhango and Gicumbi became eighteenth, with Kayonza on twentieth, Rulindo and Nyabuhi on twenty first, Rutsiro became twenty- third.

Gatsibo became  the twenty-fourth  with Bugesera becoming  twenty fifth, Nyarugenge became twenty sixth, Rusizi on twenty- seventh, Kamonyi on twenty- eight, Karongi became second  last  on twenty- ninth while Gakenke  became last on third  position.

On  improvement  basis, Gasabo shifted from  twenty- eight  position to eight , While Rwamagana  improved  from 29 to10 with Musanze improving from  27 to 13,Muhanga  from 23 to 10 while Rubavu recorded an improvement from 25 to15.

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