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Participation of the Deputy Secretary General of the ruling party in the community development works

ByWebmaster

Apr 19, 2023

RUTANA April 19th (ABP) – The Deputy Secretary General of the CNDD-FDD party, Mr. Cyriaque Nshimirimana joined the population on Saturday, April 15, in the community development works consisting in the paving of two classrooms of the Gisavyi Basic School located on the Ngarama hill of the Mpinga-Kayove commune in the province of Rutana, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

In his speech, Mr. Nshimirimana mentioned his wish to have an increased agricultural production, which will be made possible by the efforts and techniques of the people in their agricultural work.

He further called on them to protect the agricultural production by avoiding selling it because the money they can get from it cannot help them in case of insufficient food in the family.

In recent days when the prices of food products continue to rise, Mr. Nshimirimana indicated that most of the consumption of families should be from their crops. For this to be possible, alongside the efforts of the population in agriculture, he called on them to take advantage of the privileges offered to them by the State, such as the availability of selected seeds and fertilizers at an affordable price.

In order to be able to achieve sustainable development, Mr. Nshimirimana invited parents to lead discussions with their children leading to work, discussions aimed at the consolidation of unity, peace and security. He also called on them to avoid words of hate to their children, and to focus on development and not on divisive features which slow down the development of the country.

That authority of the ruling party also called on the people of Mpinga-Kayove to practice small-scale breeding because it is useful in case of difficulties. “Let no household be left without animals for breeding”, he recommended to them.

Note that Mr. Nshimirimana called on the people of Rutana province to protect the cultivable soil by drawing level curves and planting grasses for their breeding, especially since the policy of permanent stalling remains in force.