BUBANZA August 31st (ABL) – The natives and residents of the Mitakaka zone in Bubanza commune (northwestern Burundi), are called upon to make their efforts for the development of that zone and restore its image, a check by ABP has revealed this in the meeting of the natives and residents of the Mitakaka zone, which was held, on Sunday, 29 August, by the Governor of Bubanza Councilor, in charge of Administration and Finance, Mr. Félicien Ndoricimpa.
The Mitakaka zone is one of four zones that make up the Bubanza commune and is made of three villages. During that meeting, participants reported that before the crisis of Burundi since 1993, the Mitakaka zone was the most popular by tourists, which it possessed a large market, and the places that attracted those tourists were mainly the irrigation dam of the Rice Champs of the Imbo Plain, the Randa Farm, Kibangu Park and others, but also indicated that solidarity between the inhabitants of that zone, was a reality.
Nevertheless, they found that the Mitakaka zone declined about 30 years, compared to the level of development of the crisis.
As for the obstacles to the development of that zone, local administrative officials have evoked the concubinage, those who begin to sell their property saying that they move to high mountains to wait for Jesus, young people who are missed and others, a check on the site by ABP has disclosed.
The Governor of Bubanza Governor and native of that zone and held that meeting, requested those natives and residents to appropriate the development of their zone, to combine efforts to restore the image of their zone, rehabilitating those places that attracted tourists.
Note that this meeting was closed by a football match and sharing a drink.