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Trip by the members of the government to the province of Bururi

ByWebmaster

May 29, 2023

BURURI May 29th (ABP) – The entire government of Burundi was deployed in Bururi province on Friday, May 26, 2023. The ministers were in three groups and simultaneously held security meetings in the communes of Bururi, Songa and Mugamba.

In Bururi commune, three ministers, namely the Minister of the Interior, Community Development and Public Security, Martin Niteretse, that of Justice, Mrs. Domine Banyankimbona, that of Infrastructure, Equipment and Social Housing, Dieudonné Dukundane and the Permanent Secretary at the Ministry of National Defense and Veterans Affairs, Major General Audace Nduwumusi, led a discussion meeting each on their specifications.

Minister Niteretse regretted the deterioration of security in Bururi commune. He promised the people of Bururi that all groups of criminals will be definitively eliminated within a few days.

The courts must exercise their profession correctly, punish the perpetrators and no longer release them. He pointed out that some ill-intentioned people tried to sabotage the actions of the governor of Bururi. Minister Niteretse reassured the governor that he is by him (governor).

Minister Banyankimbona asked the heads of Bururi courts to work in favor of the people. Provide fair justice because, she added, justice is one of the pillars of the country’s stability.

For his part, Minister Dukundane said that Bururi province remains behind on the development plan. He winked at the people of Bururi mainly the natives working in other provinces and the diaspora of Bururi to come and invest in their native province because, in terms of development, Bururi province remains aback.

Minister Dieudonné Dukundane asks the people of Bururi to compete with the other provinces of the country in order to implement the vision of the government, which wishes Burundi was an emerging country in 2040 and a developed one in 2060. Minister Dukundane indicated that his ministry is building the Taba-Gakuba national road, rehabilitating the Bururi-Makamba and Kiryama-Ruvumvu road in Songa commune. He took the opportunity to inform buyers of plots in the urban perimeter not yet developed that 45 plots have since Friday been withdrawn and will be reallocated to others.

Major General Audace Nduwumusi also deplored the deterioration of security in Bururi commune. He asked the people to go about development work to overcome poverty, which is often the source of all ills, including crime. The main questions posed to those authorities concerned land disputes and conflicts in the community.