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The Speaker of the National Assembly calls on leaders of religious denominations to serve as role models


Nov 8, 2021

MURAMVYA November 8th (ABP) –National Assembly Speaker Gélase Daniel Ndabirabe spoke on Friday November 5, the last day of his trip as part of the parliamentary recess, in Muramvya province (center-west), with leaders of religious denominations working in Muramvya province, a check by ABP revealed. Mr. Ndabirabe said that a true leader serves as a good example for others to guide them in the right direction. He asked representatives of different religious denominations working in Muramvya province to know how to direct their hearts first before seeking to lead their faithful.

                                                                                                           View of the leaders of religious denominations

According to the speaker of the National Assembly, representatives of religious denominations, also called men of God, must know that the goods of the earth are only vanities as it is written in the Bible. He therefore asked the men of God to be characterized by the truth, because, he added, it is the truth that will save. He asked them to be humble and to know how to ask and give forgiveness after the example of Jesus Christ who, on the cross, asked the Heavenly Father to forgive those who offended him saying that they did not know what they were doing, he insisted. Mr. Ndabirabe asked them to cry out loud and clear in the event of injustice in the courts of the jurisdiction of Muramvya in order to break with the cases of injustice reported here and there.

Note that the Speaker of the National Assembly greatly appreciated the three days of meeting with the different social stratums in Muramvya province.