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The first deputy speaker of the Senate has visited Makamba province

ByWebmaster

Nov 8, 2021

MAKAMBA November 8th (ABP) – The first deputy speaker of the Senate, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye, closed her three-day visit to Makamba province (southern Burundi) on Friday, November 5, 2021 where she met the administrative officials, the heads of services, representatives of political parties and religious denominations as well as community leaders. She also visited the public infrastructure erected in the province, including the patchouli oil factory, the “Notre Dame de la Miséricorde” (Our Lady of Mercy) Scheppers Brothers School and the port of Kabonga in Nyanza-Lac.

In Makamba commune, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye carried out community development work on the provincial office site before visiting the Nkurunziza Peace Park Complex Stadium based in Gisenyi. She also participated in the work of setting up nurseries for eucalyptus, grevelia, caliandra, mesopsis emini and callitris plants, prepared by the Saint Pierre Claver Catholic Parish of Makamba, in collaboration with the Education and Development Council (COPED).