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The administration and the joint security committees are called for collaboration in the fight against fraud

ByWebmaster

Mar 17, 2022

CANKUZO March 17th (ABP) – The governor of Cankuzo province (eastern Burundi) Mr. Boniface Banyiyezako held on Monday, March 14, 2022, in the presence of parliamentarians elected in this province, an extended security meeting for administrator’s councils and department heads, where the latter are called upon to work closely with the joint human security committees in the fight against fraud, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

During that meeting, it was reported the assessment of the damage that occurred during the month of February in Cankuzo province, where a torrential rain damaged the crop fields of more than 4000 households and 37 dwelling houses were destroyed. in Cankuzo commune. More than 60ha of crop fields and two houses in Kigamba commune, nearly 80 ha of crop fields and more than 30 residential houses in Mishiha commune, 10 kiosks in Cendajuru commune and many others.

Mr. Banyiyezako, seized the opportunity to challenge the municipal administrators to continue raising public awareness of environmental protection by tracing contour lines in order to fight against erosion.

In addition, he recommended these administrators to always give circumstantial reports as soon as possible.

As for the MPs who took part in this meeting, they very much appreciated the action taken by the provincial directorate of education to reduce school dropouts and to organize training tests for the national competition, encouraging them to continue on the even launched.

With regard to community development, they pleaded for more sensitization of the village leaders to increase the effort in community development works, in particular the maintenance of the tracks connecting the different villages.

At that point, Governor Banyiyezako recommended communal administrators to challenge the village leaders to involve their governed in community development work, meaning that lazy administrators will be removed from their positions.

As for the provincial police commissioner in Cankuzo, Mr. Jean Claude Ntirandekura, he encouraged the communal administrators of their initiative to organize awareness meetings on the advantage of possession of road documents and asked them to identify the motorcycles from their localities, for the facilitation not only of catching those subjects to theft on Tanzanian soil, but also of receiving the communal taxes in full.

Noting that there are still cases of fraud where 8 bags of flour were seized, Mr. Banyiyezako ended the meeting by calling for the strengthening of collaboration between the stakeholders in the joint fight against all forms of fraud and in the safeguarding peace and human security.