Prosecutors have sought a 20-year prison sentence for a former Rwandan state minister in charge of culture accused of corruption and misusing his powers for his personal interest.
The two prosecutors also requested Edouard Bamporiki be fined 200 million Rwandan francs ($188,000; £165,000).
Mr Bamporiki, 39, has pleaded guilty to the charges in the Nyarugenge intermediate court in the capital Kigali.
He also apologised, saying he had only acted as a go-between in a case involving his friend whose beer company had been suspended.
Rwandan President Paul Kagame suspended Mr Bamporiki in May and ordered an investigation. Mr Bamporiki has since been placed under house arrest.
Just a day after his suspension, he took to Twitter to apologise to Mr Kagame, admitting to receiving a bribe.
At the time, Mr Kagame responded to a user who commented on Mr Bamporiki’s message on Twitter by saying “being punished also helps”.
Mr Kagame alleged Mr Bamporiki had been involved in similar wrongdoing before.