KAYANZA December 20th (ABP) – Led by the provincial governor and the provincial secretary of the CNDD-FDD party in Kayanza, the administrative authorities at the level of the communes, the communal secretaries of the ruling party as well as zone representatives of the Sangwe cooperatives of villages of the whole province of Kayanza (north), visited various buildings under construction in order to inquire about their state of progress. This was part of the implementation of the federation of Sangwe cooperatives in Kayanza province, a check by ABP revealed.
During that field trip, the governor of Kayanza, Rémy Cishahayo, along with the administrative authorities at the level of the communes and the zone representatives of the Sangwe cooperatives based in villages, visited the buildings under construction on the Kinga village of the Kayanza commune which will be used for pig and cattle livestock and poultry farming.
All those activities will be carried out through the federation of the 262 Sangwe cooperatives scattered over all the villages of Kayanza province.
Each of those cooperatives has given, as shares, one million Burundi francs in the establishment of the federation of Sangwe cooperatives which plans to embark on major projects in the agro-pastoral sector.
The governor of Kayanza said he was satisfied with the inventory of buildings under construction. To that end, he recommended to administrative officials, particularly communal administrators, to sensitize the managers of Sangwe cooperatives on a daily basis so that they continue to support the activities underway in the said federation.
This will undoubtedly make it possible to make the dream of transforming the Kayanza province into an industrial capital come true, he added.
On his part, the provincial secretary of the CNDD-FDD party in Kayanza, Mr. Ferdinand Habimana, urged the communal secretaries of the party to take the lead in the regular monitoring of the use of the ten million allocated to the Sangwe cooperatives so that the latter are not embezzled for other contrary purposes other than the agro-pastoral sector.