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Visit to Rutana by the Minister of National Defense and Veterans and that of Communication, Information Technologies and Media


Jan 19, 2023

RUTANA January 19th (ABP) – The Minister of National Defense and Veterans, Mr. Alain Tribert Mutabazi, and that of Communication and Information Technologies and Media, Mrs. Léocadie Ndacayisaba, paid a visit to Rutana province to listen to the concerns of the people.

Minister Mutabazi said that this meeting is part of the continuation of the trips that have been organized by members of the Burundi government, in order to meet people at work, and inquire about their concerns in different sectors of the life of the country.

                                                              View of the people taking the floor

After having explained to the people the functioning of the services available to each of the two ministries represented, ministers Mutabazi and Ndacayisaba welcomed the grievances of the people. They gave orientations for the resolution of the problems which were presented to them.

On the question concerning the service that the agency for regulation and control of telecommunications in Burundi (ARCT) provides to the public with regard to the search for stolen or lost telephone devices, Minister Ndacayisaba indicated that the ARCT will soon decentralize that service in the other provinces of the country, including Gitega as soon as possible.

Based on the fact that cases of theft on mobile phones which are noticed in different provinces, the minister in charge of ICTs in advised the people to be vigilant when they make money transfers.

As for Minister Mutabazi, he called on veterans with different questions related to their rights, to consult the competent bodies, and that they will have answers. He called on the people to seek different services to respect the hierarchy and consult the administrators of their communes and the governor, before calling on the telephone numbers of the ministers.

It is worth noting that the people in general and veterans in particular have been called upon to join cooperatives, in order to be able to work for their development and that of the country.