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The Burundian Ombudsman is now represented in the Center East region

ByWebmaster

Oct 1, 2021

CANKUZO October 1st (ABP) – The Burundian ombudsman, Edouard Nduwimana in the company of the staff of that institution, met the administrators and executives of the province of Cankuzo with the aim of introducing them to the representative of this institution in the region of center is (namely Gitega, Cankuzo, Ruyigi, Karuzi, Mwaro and Muramvya), Mrs. Angèle Barumpozako.

The Burundian ombudsman indicated that the representation of that institution meets the objective of strengthening good governance and the deconcentration of state services.

Mr. Nduwimana congratulated Cankuzo province for its step-in development. He took the opportunity to deplore the acts of grenade killings, which he described as terrorism, observed in various provinces.

According to him, the perpetrators of those crimes are enemies of the country’s development.

He invited the Burundians in general and that of Cankuzo in particular to remain calm and consolidate good cohabitation, without any consideration of anything that may mark its difference. Mr. Nduwimana also invited him to get down to development work.

In his opening remarks, the governor of Cankuzo province, Boniface Banyiyezako underlined that peace and security reign there.

In addition, this province faces a lack of staff and means of travel in all the courts of residence, underlined the provincial governor.

In education, Mr. Banyiyezako revealed that the province lacks more than 1000 (one thousand) desks and as a result many pupils sit on the floor.

He also presented the major projects of that province which require substantial aid for the construction of the modern stadium, a hospital under construction in Mishiha commune and the extension of the building of the provincial offices.

To all those problems and grievances Mr. Nduwimana promised that his office will follow all the files presented to seek solutions.