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The administration promises to implement the outcomes of the natives’ meeting


Jan 24, 2024

MAKAMBA January 24th (ABP) – The governor of Makamba province (southern Burundi), Mrs. Aunt Ncutinamagara, brought together on Saturday January 20, 2024, at the provincial capital, administrative officials, heads of services, natives and traders to evaluate the life of the province for the year 2023 and set the activities to be undertaken for the year 2024.

While thanking the heads of services, workers and the people for their contribution in building the life of the province, Mrs. Ncutinamagara asked the natives, especially businessmen, to invest in the tourism sector by building model hotels and restaurant bars to welcome visitors. That provincial authority revealed that it will begin visits to all sectors to inquire about the labor situation and collect the concerns of the people to provide solutions.

In the education sector, the Bishop of the Anglican Diocese of Makamba, Mgr Martin Blaise Nyaboho, urged nationals as well as those who studied at the Nyabigina Technical High School to contribute to the availability of 45 mattresses from the dormitory built to enable girls to follow the technical sections at that boarding establishment.

The priest of the Kibago Catholic parish, Mr. Pascal Niyoyitungira, on that occasion, proposed that the commune be equipped with schools with technical sections to allow the students of that commune to access technical education.

Concerning the increase in production, the representative of parliamentarians elected in Makamba, Mr. Zachée Misago, hoped that working hours would be increased in all sectors to meet the requirements of the vision of Burundi emerging in 2040 and developed in 2060 .

In the environmental sector, they agreed to monitor and maintain the plants planted, while in the field of agriculture, the population will have to cultivate industrial crops, such as coffee, without forgetting fruit trees. They finally agreed to continue to contribute to the finishing work of the six-level provincial office and to raise awareness among the population to fight against malaria.

After the meeting, there was a drink to wish each other the best wishes for the New Year.