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The impassability of the roads crossing the Kabarore commune worries the people

ByWebmaster

Feb 24, 2022

KAYANZA February 24th (ABP) – The governor of Kayanza province (northern Burundi) closed on Monday February 21, 2022, in the Kabarore zone and commune, the trip campaign in the nine communes of that province, with a view to collecting the complaints of the people and responding to them, a check by ABP revealed.

Among the major concerns of the people of Kabarore addressed to the governor of Kayanza are the impassability of the roads crossing that commune while the teachers working in that commune reside in the urban center of Kayanza, which sometimes causes cases of delays or absence at work. Responding to those questions, the Governor of Kayanza clarified that the construction and rehabilitation of roads are among the flagship projects included in the communal community development plans.

Regarding teachers who reside far from their workplace, he demanded that they must imperatively reside close to their places of work. At the same time, he recommended to the provincial director of education in Kayanza to immediately replace one of the school directors accused of not providing reports of teachers who do not attend the work properly.

Given that Kabarore commune is part of the border between Burundi and Rwanda and that fraud is reported in that locality, Governor Cishahayo castigated the attitude of certain administrative, police and military officials as well as the people who embezzle seized fraudulent products, especially bundles of thrift stores, instead of handing them over to the competent authorities. “You are corrupted and you let fraud pass while you should be the first to fight against fraud”, he deplored while warning them that once caught in the act they will be severely punished.

He took the same opportunity to call on the people of Kabarore to cut short with the concubine behavior because the latter is one of the main factors of overpopulation which consequently generates the resurgence of land conflicts.