MURAMVYA December 6th (ABP) – The family of 26-year-old Nadine Irakoze residing at Burenza village in Kiganda commune, who gave birth to triplets, received food and non-food aid from provincial authorities .
It was the governor of Muramvya province in the lead who led a delegation made up of administrators from Mbuye and Muramvya communes who are also mothers, the provincial director of education, advisers to the governor’s cabinet and provincial officials from the CDFC as well as those of the provincial women’s forum, a check on the site by ABP.
This aid consisted of baby clothes, milk, vacuum flask and loincloths for the mother and an envelope of 100,000 Burundian francs.
The mother of the triplets, in her word of thanks, warmly praised the bravery of the communal representative of the women’s forum in Kiganda commune who spares no effort in mobilizing charitable souls since the moment her triplets were in need. She also thanked any benefactor who heard her call.
That mother indicated that she does not have sufficient breast milk for the three newborns and, to ask the administration to help her.
In his occasional speech, the governor of Muramvya province, Mr. Diomède Nzeyimana, said that the objective of the trip in Kiganda was to be able to provide support and congratulate the family of Longin Nahindavyi and Nadine Irakoze who had the blessing of God through the triplets. The governor of Muramvya province took that opportunity to ask natives capable of assisting vulnerable families to do so to show solidarity.