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Ministers responsible for the Interior and Finance have visited Muramvya


Jan 13, 2023

MURAMVYA January 13th (ABP) – The Minister of the Interior, Public Security and Community Development, Martin Niteretse and the Minister of Finance, Budget and Economic Planning, Audace Niyonzima, jointly held on Wednesday a meeting of exchanges with the people of Muramvya province (center-west), in order to respond to their grievances requiring the intervention of the government, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

In their introductory speeches related to exchanges with the people, the two ministers respectively indicated that the objective is to arrive on the field to inquire about the difficulties which haunt the people.

The questions posed to the Minister of the Interior, Public Security and Community Development were related to land disputes, the need for inter-community roads, the irregularity of FOMI fertilizers and the high cost of foodstuffs in these days. In his answers, Minister Niteretse reassured the people by saying that the government is doing everything possible to ensure that fertilizers are available in time for users. He recommended increasing production to cope with the high cost of living because, for example, the prices of peas and rice are down these days when the harvest is in progress.

The Minister responsible for the Interior provided to the administrative leaders with pieces of advice related to justice, good governance and the fight for integral development. Mr. Niteretse mobilized the administrative officials so that they have qualities consisting, among other things, of mutual respect, complementarity, non-interference, taking into account the best interests of the people, without forgetting to show that they are passionate about justice in order to serve plaintiffs well.

To combat laziness and places known as ligalas among certain people, that trips be organized without delay so that such people can be taken to work of public interest such as the tracing or maintenance of roads, gutters or many other development works without being paid, said Minister Niteretse.