MWARO August 1st (ABP) – The Burundian Ombudsman, Mr. Edouard Nduwimana, paid a visit, on Thursday July 28, 2022, to Rusaka commune in Mwaro Province where he listened to the grievances of the people.
According to the governor of Mwaro province, Mr. Gaspard Gasanzwe, that honored commune has not been left behind with regard to the creation of cooperatives. He thus expressed his satisfaction with the fourth position occupied by the Sangwe Gasenyi cooperative at the national level. He did not forget to deplore the fact that cases of theft in shops of trading centers are observed those days.
In his speech, Mr. Nduwimana indicated to the people on the site, that laws are there to protect all the Burundian people without any distinction. In a democracy, people must be treated as equals in order to maintain trust in leaders.
He asked the people of that administrative entity to respect the law, to remain united and to work in synergy, ensuring that no one is marginalized in society.
Regarding the grievances of the people of Rusaka, the ombudsman reassured him by promising that the grievances collected will soon have solutions.
As in Bisoro commune, the Burundian ombudsman was in the company of MPs elected in Mwaro province and chaired by the Senate vice-president, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye.
On the sidelines of that meeting, they took part in the prayer organized every last Thursday of the month.