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The Saint Pierre Claver parish of Makamba has received varied assistance from the secretary general of the ruling party

ByWebmaster

Jan 3, 2024

MAKAMBA, January 3rd (ABP) – The secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party, at the same time founder of the Pax Burundi Foundation, Mr. Révérien Ndikuriyo, along with his family and other authorities native to Makamba province (south of Burundi), joined on Sunday, December 31, 2023, with the faithful of the Catholic Church of the Saint Pierre Claver parish of Makamba in Sunday Mass during which he thanked the Almighty for His very laudable actions that He has accomplished for his family, his foundation and the country in general, a check by ABP revealed.

The priest of the Saint Pierre Claver parish of Makamba, Pierre Niyonkuru, asked the faithful and Burundians in general to favor the good in their actions because, he said, everyone reaps what they sow. Father Niyonkuru asked couples to live in harmony, while children must respect their parents to have blessings.

As a thank you to the Almighty, Mr. Ndikuriyo granted the said parish 200 bags of cement, 100 of which were granted on behalf of his biological family and 100 others on behalf of the Pax Burundi Foundation. He also gave an envelope of two million Burundi francs to pay for labor. Mr. Ndikuriyo also gave to the same parish rice, beans, maize and vegetables.

The provincial administration and a native of Makamba living in the PRC by the name of Boniface Habonayo each provided 50 bags of cement.

The priest of the Saint Pierre Claver parish indicated that this cement will be used in the paving activities of the courtyard of that parish and in the construction of cesspools and latrines, while part will be used in the construction activities of the Gisenyi branch which will soon become a parish. The governor of Makamba, Mrs. Tantine Ncutinamagara, the parliamentarians elected in Makamba and the heads of provincial services also participated in that Mass.