Rwanda National Police (RNP) is the most reliable police force in Africa and the 13th globally said the latest report by World Economic Forum (WEF).
According to the World Economic Forum’s 2017/2018 Global Competitiveness Index (GCI) RNP is followed by Egypt in the 50th position.
The other African countries ranked based on reliability of police services appearing on the 137-nation list are Ethiopia (92nd), South Africa (118th) and Nigeria (123rd).
Globally, Finland was ranked number one while the index put Venezuela in the last position. From the second position to the fifth are; Switzerland, Singapore, Norway and UAE respectively.
The country’s Justice Minister Johnson Busingye told local media that “consistency and discipline” were big factors for the Rwandan police to win such a position in the ranking done by one of a few credible international bodies.