MURAMVYA November 4th (ABP) – The Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr. Daniel Gélase Ndabirabe, began on Tuesday November 2 a five-day campaign in Muramvya province (center-west of Burundi) to meet the different layers of population.
On the first day, Mr. Ndabirabe moderated a meeting of the administrative leaders of Muramvya province to whom he immediately shared the meaning of government policy, growth of the economy and improvement of leadership.
Speaking of responsible and hard-working government, the Speaker of the National Assembly explained to the administrative officials present that the current government is accountable to its people and that it differs from other governments that Burundi has already known.
He spoke about the trilogy of God First, Country, and Ubuntu. He specified that the constitution of June 7, 2021 which currently governs Burundi is articulated on the government policy based on God, the promotion of agribusiness for economic growth and development.
According to Mr. Ndabirabe, the increase in agro-pastoral production will allow business development, the reduction of deficits and the revaluation of the local currency. He specified that the country’s institutions have been put in place on the basis of government policy which highlights agriculture and livestock as a source of development for the country in general and the population in particular. The latter was thus mobilized to join cooperative societies and to pool part of its land to practice modern agriculture in order to increase the harvest.
Speaking of leadership, the Speaker of the National Assembly said that a good administrative or leader positively appreciates, punishes, gives or receives advice when needed.
At the end of the meeting, the president of the lower house of parliament invited the administrative staff present to get used to asking for forgiveness and forgiving those who have offended them. “Start to forgive or ask for forgiveness”, concluded Mr. Ndabirabe.
Note that the words of welcome were respectively pronounced by the municipal administrator of Muramvya, Mrs. Espérance Nduwayezu and the governor of Muramvya province, Mr. Diomède Nzambimana.