CANKUZO March 4th (ABP) – The governor of Cankuzo province, Mr. Boniface Banyiyezako, in the company of some of the MPs elected in that province, led on Wednesday, March 2, in Gisagara commune (Camazi zone) a session of moralization on patriotism, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.
Former Burundians fought in synergy for the country, a gesture of patriotic love, said the governor of Cankuzo province. He took the example of King Mwezi Gisabo who resisted for a long time in the event of an invasion by the whites.
Love of country requires a commitment of death sacrifice as did Bihome who lost his life in place of King Mwezi Gisabo. He then called on the people to patriotism and sacrifice.
According to him, all that is impossible if customs and mores are not respected.
Governor Banyeyezako deplored the teachings of ethnic division that were introduced by the whites adding that they caused crimes against humanity from 1972, 1993.
Boniface called on the population to show solidarity by respecting the customs and mores of old Burundians, a source of development. He also recalled the values of the latter saying that they lead to the safeguarding of security, the fight against the enemy, mutual respect, sharing, development and so many others.
The provincial governor did not forget to urge her to avoid concubinage, corruption, injustice, rather to be characterized by truth and respect for the leaders.
He also challenged her to strengthen the joint security committee. Recall that the deputies who accompanied him took advantage of this opportunity to discuss with the leaders of the Sangwe cooperatives of that Camazi zone on the life of these cooperatives.