BUBANZA December 17th (ABP) – The inhabitants of Gihanga and Mpanda communes (north-west of Burundi) are called for patriotism because it remains a major pillar of security and sustainable development. This was revealed in the meeting which was held on Wednesday, December 15, 2021, in Gihanga commune, by Brigadier General Nyamugaruka (BG), commander of the 1st military division, along with the chief of staff in the office of the governor of Bubanza, for the inhabitants of Gihanga and Mpanda communes.
During the meeting, BG Nyamugaruka asked the inhabitants of those two communes to fulfill their role properly, to facilitate the proper functioning of the quadrilogy.
The Gihanga commune, being on the border of the Rukoko nature reserve and the Democratic Republic of Congo, he invited the inhabitants of that locality to double their vigilance so that end-of-year celebrations are hosted in complete safety.
To the inhabitants of those two communes, he asked them to report in real time, each time they see suspects and soldiers or police, who misbehave. He also calls on motorcycle-taxi riders to remain vigilant about customers and their luggage.
He urged representatives of political parties and administrative officials to teach their people the importance of security.
As for the chief of staff in the office of the governor of Bubanza province, Mr. Jean Bosco Nduwimana, he calls on the inhabitants of those communes to devote themselves to self-development projects in order to support responsible and hard-working government.
Note that this meeting was closed with a football match played between the team of the 1st military division and the team of Gihanga commune, as a sign of good collaboration in tightening security.