MWARO September 5th (ABP) – The first vice president of the Senate, Denise Ndadaye, the second deputy speaker of the national assembly, the Minister of Solidarity, Social Affairs, Human Rights and Gender, participated, on Saturday September 2, in community development work bringing together the Gitega, Muramvya, Karusi and Mwaro provinces.
That community work consisted of approaching stones in Gatare village, which will be used in the construction of the “Agasumo ka Mwaro” Olympic stadium.
On behalf of the native executives of the four provinces, the first vice president of the Senate positively appreciated the initiative to meet around community work.
According to Mrs. Denise Ndadaye, the country in general and the province in particular are built by their own natives.
On behalf of the governors of Gitega, Muramvya, Karusi and Mwaro provinces, Venant Manirambona indicated that to constitute the new province of Gitega, it was deemed appropriate to unify the people of their province through community work. It appears necessary that this work constitutes the bridge of recognition and mutuality.
He invited everyone to contribute to the building of the new province in unity. Mr. Manirambona took the opportunity to provide an envelope equivalent to 1,500 liters of fuel oil to support the efforts of the people for the construction of the Agasumo ka Mwaro Olympic stadium. Note that this community work was initiated by a long parade of participants in that work to show their joy.