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The first vice president of the Senate has paid a visit to Cibitoke

ByWebmaster

Jul 22, 2022

CIBITOKE July 22nd (ABP) – On the 3rd day of his working visit to Cibitoke province, the first vice president of the Burundian Senate, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye, appreciated the full participation of the inhabitants of the communes already visited, in the community development works.

Mrs. Ndadaye called on the inhabitants of communes bordering neighboring countries to keep peace and tighten security by favoring the quadrilogy required in terms of security.

The first vice president of the Senate made those remarks on July 21, in Ndava-Village of Buganda commune, after the rehabilitation works of two bridges connecting that village to the others of the commune and to the Murwi commune. These bridges of paramount importance for users, will facilitate the transport of goods and people, on both sides of the latter, said Mrs. Denise Ndadaye.

For the governor, he praised the support of that member of the Senate Bureau, all week, stressing that this shows enough sympathy of the Senate institution towards his province. He appealed to the users of the rehabilitated bridges to their protection and good maintenance as a good father.

Note that on July 19, on the first day of the visit of the first vice president of the Senate, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye joined the people of the Mabayi zone and commune, in bringing together rubble and mixing concrete, for the construction of a classroom at Kibande basic school.

On the second day, July 20th, she joined the people of the communes of Mugina and Rugombo in the drinking water supply works, in Rubirizi village of Mugina commune.