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The Prime Minister’s family has come to the aid of 300 vulnerable households at Kabezi

ByWebmaster

Dec 17, 2021

BUJUMBURA December 17th (ABP) – 300 vulnerable households from the twelve villages of Kabezi commune in Bujumbura province (western Burundi) received on Thursday, December 16, 2021 at Kimina from the family of the Prime Minister, food aid and non-food items worth 95 million Burundi francs, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

The donation consisted of rice, palm oil beans, loincloths, cooking salt, soaps, iron sheets and soccer balls, volleyballs and nets for the young people.

In addition to this, 2,500 iron sheets were granted to 50 households which were affected by climate variation at the rate of 50 iron sheets per household and 3 leaders of zones and 12 leaders of villages each had a smartphone from the hands of the Prime Minister so that they are facilitated in the relay of information.

In his speech for the occasion, Prime Minister Allain Guillaume Bunyoni indicated that he came with his wife to visit the people of Kabezi and to greet them, adding that whenever his family receives something, they always think of those who have nothing and this time it is the vulnerable from Kabezi who are in the spotlight so that they can get up.

Prime Minister Allain Guillaume Bunyoni praised the pace at which the Kabezi commune is developing, congratulating the people of Kabezi who have changed their behavior and embarked on the path of development.

He noted that the people of Kabezi are workers, recalling that they were struck by the political crisis that Burundi has gone through but it has few refugees outside, he said in closing that speech.