KAYANZA February 8th (ABP) – The natives of the province of Kayanza (north) met on Saturday February 4, 2023, at the headquarters of the province, in a general assembly with a view to building on the development of their native province and discuss future prospects.
The senior authorities of the country native to that province were present at that assembly, in particular the Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr. Daniel Gélase Ndabirabe, the Minister of the Interior, Community Development and Public Security, Mr. Martin Niteretse, the former Burundian ombudsman, Mr. Edouard Nduwimana, the parliamentarians elected in the Kayanza province constituency as well as the heads of both communal and provincial services, a check in Kayanza by ABP has revealed.
In his welcoming speech, the governor of Kayanza province, Colonel Rémy Cishahayo, presented to the natives of that province the results of achievements and future prospects. Among the flagship projects already implemented, Governor Cishahayo cited, among others, the construction of the modern stadium of Gatwaro, the construction of the provincial headquarters of the CNDD-FDD party, the construction of the provincial office of Kayanza and the establishment of a federation bringing together more than 830 village cooperative societies.
As for the future projects and those in progress, the provincial authority returned to the Community University of Kayanza currently under construction in Matongo commune as well as the pavement of the road in the urban center of Kayanza.
Mr. Cishahayo asked any native of Kayanza to lend a hand for that polytechnic university to be built.
Taking the floor in turn, the Minister of the Interior, Community Development and Public Security, Mr. Martin Niteretse, praised the activities carried out by the natives and took the opportunity to call on them to continue on the same path so that other provinces come to recharge their batteries in all sectors. For him, the vision of making that province an industrial capital is possible, hence, he urged the natives of Kayanza to remain vigilant and to work in close collaboration, especially by putting the citizen at the center of interests.
In his speech for the occasion, the Speaker of the National Assembly invited the natives of the province to make good decisions at the right time and to be characterized by the patriotic spirit towards the country and towards their province.
As for the leaders, he asked them to do a retrospection to know each other, to realize their main missions and not to be like chameleons. Regarding the construction project of the Polytechnic Institute of Kayanza (ISPK), Mr. Ndabirabe asked that any native of Kayanza bring their contributions, especially since it is a project of community interest.