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Births must be registered within the time limits provided for by law

ByWebmaster

Feb 23, 2022

KAYANZA February 23rd (ABP) – The governor of Kayanza (north), Rémy Cishahayo, continued last week his trip campaign in Gatara commune in order to collect the grievances of the people. He was accompanied by two of his advisers and the heads of provincial services, a check by ABP revealed.

In her welcoming speech, the communal administrator of Gatara, Mrs. Sylvane Gakuyano, indicated that her commune is doing well in all areas but that security was recently threatened in Kivuruga village where a motorcycle-taxi rider working in the town of Kayanza was stabbed to death. She was delighted that the perpetrators of that crime have been apprehended and sentenced by the court.

Mrs. Gakuyano also indicated that there are cases in that commune of non-registration of births in the civil-status registers. She took the opportunity to call on those her people not to exceed the deadlines provided for by law.

In his introductory speech, the governor of Kayanza province asked the judiciary operating in that province to be parents by complying with professional ethics and deontology when carrying out their profession. He pointed out that well-executed judgments allow the significant reduction of social conflict and cases of people appealing.

It’s worthy to note that Gatara is the eighth and the penultimate commune visited by the governor since he began his trip campaign in communes.

Shortly before, the governor of Kayanza, Mr. Cishahayo, had gone to Gihororo village where he had brought food and non-food items such as rice, beans, donuts, plates, pots, basins, and other kitchen utensils to assist four orphans, the eldest of whom has necessarily become the head of the household and is only 15 years old.

The communal administration together with the Catholic Church are in the process of rehabilitating the house of those orphans.