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Sangwe cooperatives work to satisfaction, says the Head of State


Aug 29, 2021

NGOZI August 29th (ABP) – The Head of State Evariste Ndayishimiye urges activists from the ruling CNDD-FDD party to preserve and maintain peace and security wherever they are.

That was said during the meeting of the central committee of that party, held on Friday, August 27, 2021, in Ngozi, in Mwumba commune.

The head of state also asked them to work for fair justice by telling them that no country can develop without a justice that functions normally.

“However, it has been proven that certain magistrates undermine peace and security, which constitutes an obstacle to the development of the country”, he stressed.

The Burundian number one therefore urged the leaders of the ruling party at all levels to be the eye and the ear of the President of the Republic so that justice is done in strict compliance with the rules of the art.

In addition, administrative officials at all levels have been called upon to solve the problems that haunt their leaders instead of causing them trouble as some reports mention.

It is unthinkable that the problems that have arisen in a village will reach the Head of State to find solutions when there are administrators at all levels but who assist powerless, insisted President Ndayishimiye.

Finally, the Burundian number one called on CNDD-FDD party activists to work significantly for the development of the country, believing that they are torchbearers for inclusive development in Burundi. He asked the party to make a two-year bet with an unconditional implication for development so that Burundi crosses the threshold of development.

During that meeting, President Ndayishimiye welcomed the step taken by the Sangwe cooperatives. Overall, 60% of these cooperatives were successful. A gain of 4 billion was recorded, the Sangwe cooperative of Mukike commune being the first with a gain of 80 million.

The Head of State finally congratulated the leadership of the CNDD-FDD party and asked it to go even further because the development desired by that party, as stipulated in its hymn, has not yet been achieved.