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158 IDP households from the four sites in Rango commune have returned to their original villages

ByWebmaster

Jan 5, 2022

KAYANZA January 5th (ABP) – The communal administrator of Rango, Kayanza province (northern Burundi), Déus Babahokubwayo, is satisfied with the number of internally displaced people having left the sites to live with their former neighbors who stayed in their villages about 28 years ago.

In fact, 158 IDP households from the four sites in Rango commune have returned to their original villages, while more than 190 other households are asking the communal administration to help them so that they too can return to their respective villages of origin.

That administrative authority in Rango adds that those displaced people are well welcomed in the community when they arrive in their respective villages.

According to him, people try to help their fellow citizens especially in the transport of bricks and tiles during the construction of houses.

In addition, he is delighted that the politicians, imbued with lies who, yesterday, instrumentalized those residing in the sites, have cut short with such a habit. However, the Rango administrator indicates that some internally displaced people do not want to return to their villages of origin for various reasons.

For that reason, he calls on that category of internally displaced persons to come to their senses, especially since the objective of the Burundi government is to encourage them to return voluntarily without however resorting to force so that they join the rest of the population in self-development work.