MUYINGA November 9th (ABP) – The torch of peace arrived Monday, November 7, 2022 in the morning in Muyinga province (north-eastern Burundi) from Kirundo province, a check on the site by ABP has revealed. He was welcomed at the Muyinga-Ngozi-Kirundo roundabout by the governor of Muyinga province, J. Claude Barutwanayo, in the presence of the first vice-president of the National Assembly, Dr Sabine Ntakarutimana, native executives working in other parts of the country, the heads of provincial services and the population of Gashoho commune.
Arrived at the capital of the province, he drained a large crowd at the construction site of the provincial office to carry out the community development works. In his speech, the governor of Muyinga province, J. Claude Barutwanayo, thanked the members of the “Intwararumuri” who visited the site for two years.
He indicated that the work already carried out on this building under construction was the result of the effort of the population on the one hand and other benefactors on the other. In this regard, he invited the population not to tire of contributing to the completion of the building in progress. He did not fail to reach out to potential contributors, specifying that new extra-provincial support is essential.
The First Vice-President of the National Assembly, Dr. Sabine Ntakarutimana, congratulated the administration and the population for their commitment to safeguarding peace, security and their commitment to development. On the occasion, he sensitized the population to the protection not only of public infrastructure but also of family assets by fighting against the fraud of beans to Tanzania which has caused a lot of ink and saliva to flow in recent days.