• Sat. Dec 9th, 2023

Continuation of a prayer of thanksgiving organized by the CNDD-FDD party


Jan 26, 2022

GITEGA January 24th (ABP) – The Burundi Head of State, Mr. Evariste Ndayishimiye glorified the Almighty through songs and dances and delivered biblical teachings to people from all over the country. It was as part of the continuation of a prayer of thanksgiving that the CNDD-FDD party has organized since January 20, 2022, in Gitega (central Burundi) to thank God for his blessings in the year 2021. and implore him to keep the party more in his hands.

Through that prayer which will last three days, Mr. Ndayishimiye said that we will extirpate the evil spirits which could harm the party to install, instead, seeds of love. He recommended the participants in the prayer to purify themselves so that their prayers would be answered.

                                                                                                                                                                        View of guests at prayer

He gave a reading of a biblical passage taken from Ezekiel, chapter 34:1. Its content is useful for both officials and other citizens and reserved its commentary in its teachings for this Friday, January 22, 2022.

Previously, the Prime Minister, Mr. Alain Guillaume Bunyoni, had delivered a sermon centered on belief in one God and repentance. Another sermon was also that of the Reverend Pastor Denise Nkurunziza, wife of the former Burundian Head of State, the late Pierre Nkurunziza. She recommended that managers at all levels serve as a model through their behavior and brandish human values ​​to keep their consideration.

As for the secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party, Mr. Réverien Ndikuriyo, in his welcoming address, he thanked the Almighty for having led this party to carry out several achievements during the year 2021. He, among other things, cited the explanation to the populations of all the corners of the country of the scope of the responsible and laborious government initiated by President Ndayishimiye.