KAYANZA September 30th (ABP) – The secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party, Révérien Ndikuriyo, on Tuesday paid a visit to various industries in progress and those operational in Muruta and Kayanza communes in Kayanza province (north).
During that visit, Mr. Ndikuriyo went to Campazi village in Muruta commune where the construction works of a Kayanza Tea Industry (ITEKA Ltd) are progressing normally. He also visited the current dry port at Maruri commune of Kayanza commune.
He also visited other tea, coffee and other food processing factories.
In an interview given to journalists at the end of that visit, the commissioner in charge of communication and spokesperson within the CNDD-FDD party, Mrs. Nancy Ninette Mutoni, indicated that the secretary general of the said party positively appreciated this momentum, and the vision of Kayanza province is to make this province an industrial capital of the country.
According to Mrs. Mutoni, the secretary general of the ruling party congratulated both the administrative authorities and the CNDD-FDD party who are involved in achieving this goal. He recommended to all party activists as well as to all the Burundian people in general to take ownership of those development projects and to really and effectively contribute to their sustainability.
According to the communication officer and spokesperson for the CNDD-FDD party, the latter’s secretary general has called on other provinces to follow the example of the province, which has a very advanced speed in industrial projects and in various constructions.
On the sidelines of that visit to the agro-food processing industries and factories and the dry port, the secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party brought together representatives of this party from the hill level to the provincial level and from the municipal administrators. He said a Mugumyabanga leader (CNDD-FDD activist) must be impartial, truthful and ready to consolidate peace. Mr. Ndikuriyo thus asked the Bagumyabanga of Kayanza to get down to work and take the lead in development projects.