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The second vice-president of the Burundi Senate has paid a visit to Kirundo province

ByWebmaster

Dec 1, 2021

KIRUNDO November 30th (ABP) – The second vice-president of the Burundi senate, Mr. Cyriaque Nshimirimana, met on Monday November 29, 2021 in the capital of Ntega commune in Kirundo province (northern Burundi), the administrative and heads of departments of the Ntega, Kirundo, Vumbi and Bugabira communes to discuss development and the challenges that haunt the province, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

Mr. Nshimirimana indicated that all MPs are on vacation and that it is a good opportunity to meet the people across all the provinces so that they can collect the grievances and discuss the challenges that haunt the different localities, and that all those must then be referred to parliament for constructive action.

The second vice-president of the Burundi Senate said that maintaining peace and security is the job of everyone without distinction and at all times to achieve sustainable development. He winked at the communes bordering Rwanda, to be vigilant to discourage fraudsters, or any other person who could disrupt security.

He added that prohibited drinks and drugs cause insecurity in the country, which is why the people of Kirundo is called upon to eradicate those dangers and especially that they are harmful to human health.

As Burundi has experienced rapid population growth, he called on the people of Kirundo to proceed with birth control.

Mr. Cyriaque asked the youth to take an interest in the private sector by creating their income-generating activities instead of waiting for the creation of jobs by government. He said that today the government is replacing the deceased and retirees only. He also urged the leaders of the Sangwe cooperatives to properly manage the loans they have recently received, knowing that the 10 million previously granted to each hill have generally gone bankrupt, as the supervisors of the said cooperatives in the Ntega communes testified. and Vumbi.

A meeting participant pleaded for the watchmen of different schools who have been in service for 30 years and more and who are not socially protected. The second vice-president of the senate has promised that he will submit this case to the ministry of civil service and that of education. Note that on Tuesday, November 30, he will also meet with the administrators and heads of services of the Busoni, Bwambarangwe and Gitobe communes.