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Governor of Kayanza province hosted public program


Jan 13, 2022

KAYANZA January 12th (ABP) – The governor of Kayanza province (northern Burundi), Colonel Rémy Cishahayo, hosted, Monday January 10, 2022, in the grounds of the Maravilla hotel located in the headquarters of Kayanza province, a public program aimed at journalists operating in that administrative entity and the population. He was in the presence of the heads of provincial services and communal administrators and various subjects were dealt with on that occasion, a check on the site on by ABP has revealed.

Opening the program which comes after the Burundian Head of State has recommended to the governors of provinces to organize this type of program to collect and respond to the grievances of the population, the governor of Kayanza has outlined the overall situation of the province in all areas.

                                                                                    View of the participants in the public broadcast

He placed particular emphasis on the security situation where he indicated that it is generally good. However, he deplored the upsurge in cases of suicide, rape, drunkenness, and other crimes.

The same provincial authority in Kayanza pointed out that the past year has been characterized by road accidents which have resulted in deaths and injuries, as well as thefts in fields and households.

In their questions, the local journalists sought to know the fate of the transformation units set up but without being functional, when they should be for the benefit of the population and the province in general.

The response was that the natives are organizing themselves to raise the necessary funds. It was in that context that he called on other natives, especially entrepreneurs, to get involved in the agri-food industry to prepare for their retirement.

When asked to inquire about the strategies adopted to prevent food crops such as cocoyam, sweet potato and cassava from disappearing, he replied that the authorized services are at work to try other varieties that are disease resistant and very productive.

During that program, the issue of internally displaced people, living in sites scattered in different communes of Kayanza province, was raised, while the administrative authorities continue to report that peace and security are in good shape throughout the country.

To that question, Mr. Cishahayo said he was shocked that a person wears the IDP cap while in their homeland. Thus, the governor of Kayanza explained that the Burundian government has granted sheets to the province to cover the houses of those who return to the fold and that administrative officials and the population intervene, when it comes to helping them in the process. elevation of the walls of the houses.

Journalists also raised the issue of nurses who do not welcome patients who confide in health centers, especially Kayanza hospital. The same provincial authority recognized that some of the nurses do not care about their role and professional ethics, which, for him, means that patients go to other hospitals in the border provinces of Kayanza. Here, he asked that these nurses pull themselves together so as not to be subjected to the force of the law.

Regarding the question relating to the extraction of mines and quarries, the journalists asked why the sites are not sometimes put in initial state when the contracts specify it well. The response has been that those who do not disregard the environmental code and proceed to backfill mine and quarry extraction sites as agreed.

The educational field has not been relegated to the background, as journalists demanded the strategies adopted to block the road to the lack of desks that is always mentioned at the start of the school year. To that question, he reassured that the communal administration together with the natives have resolved this situation and that with this second level, the problem is being solved.

Note that the questions asked by the population fit well with the legal, economic, family and social fields.