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The CNDD-FDD party congratulates Mrs. Denise Ndadaye on her appointment as First vice president of the Burundian senate

ByWebmaster

Sep 17, 2021

BUJUMBURA September 16th (ABP) – The secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party, Révérien Ndikuriyo, congratulated Mrs. Denise Ndadaye on her appointment as first vice president of the Burundian senate, as disclosed in a message from the ruling party published on Tuesday September 14, 2021 on its twitter account.

That message was made public after the adoption by senators of the nomination of Senator Denise Ndadaye, the sister of the late first democratically elected president, Mr. Melchior Ndadaye. She replaces Mrs. Spès Caritas Njebarikanuye who was dismissed in her functions.

Through that message, Mr. Ndikuriyo specified that the CNDD-FDD party closely follows the complaints of the population in relation to the behavior of the leaders of the country. The CNDD-FDD party commends the step already taken in consolidating democracy, said Mr. Ndikuriyo it that message.

Based on the important decisions that were taken during the retreat of the national council of the ruling party held on August 26 to 27, 2021 in Ngozi (north of the country), in its chapter concerning the dignified behavior of the Bagumyabanga in general and leaders in particular, the CNDD-FDD party positively appreciates the decision taken by the senators against the former vice president of the senate, Mrs. Spès Caritas Njebarikanuye, which is part of the consolidation of their institution elected by the people.

The CNDD-FDD party also appreciated the decision taken by the Minister of the Interior, Community Development and Public Security, Mr. Gervais Ndirakobuca, in dismissing the administrator of Ntega commune of Kirundo province, for the unworthy behavior that he displayed as a leader.

The CNDD-FDD party took the opportunity to express a wish to all leaders to continue to honor their party by serving as a model in word and action in accordance with the ideology of the CNDD-FDD party, the secretary general of the ruling party concluded.