RUTANA October 17th (ABP) – The First vice-president of the Senate, Mrs. Denise Ndadaye joined forces on Saturday, October 14, 2023, with the people of the Butezi village and zone of the Giharo commune in the province of Rutana, in community development work consisting of the concreting of a chain of the foundation of an administrative block of the Rubaho technical school (ETS Rubaho), a check on the site by ABP has revealed.
In her speech, Mrs. Ndadaye called on the parents of pupils in the Giharo commune to educate their children to attend technical schools. She noted that the latter make a great contribution to the development of the country.
The first vice-president of the Senate also advised students not to leave school before the end of their school curriculum, explaining that it is at school that we learn knowledge allowing them to work for their development and that of the country. To the administrators, Mrs. Ndadaye urged them to supervise the students and ensure follow-up to find out the reasons for school dropouts in order to act preventively.
That legislative authority also invited the people of the province of Rutana to avoid the dissemination of unverified information, meaning that it is a factor slowing down development because people who receive it take time to seek the truth. She stressed that non-productive gatherings commonly called “ligalas” are at the origin of disinformation and, therefore, called on administrators to avoid them.
Furthermore, she directed everyone to seek information in media recognized by the government, while recommending public media such as radio and national television.
Based on the fact that the commune of Giharo borders the neighboring country of Tanzania, Mrs. Ndadaye took the opportunity to call on them to fight fraud and pay taxes whenever necessary in their business, because, she – she insisted, the payment of taxes contributes to the development of the country, especially in the construction of public infrastructure.
Note that Mrs. Ndadaye granted twenty bags of cement as a contribution to the ongoing construction, which will be followed by another construction site of eight classrooms, indicated the director of the said school Ir. Thaddée Nibigira.