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Leaders are called on to highlight the well-being of the people

ByWebmaster

Mar 12, 2024

MAKAMBA March 12th (ABP) – The Minister of Interior, Community Development and Public Security, Mr. Martin Niteretse, on Wednesday brought together officials of the territorial administration and heads of services within the jurisdiction of the province of Makamba.

The strategies to be implemented to put an end to the practice of so-called “Kamucape” healers, which constitutes a source of insecurity, were in the spotlight, a check on the site by ABP has revealed.

Among the concerns expressed by the governor of Makamba, Mrs. Auntie Ncutinamagara is the insufficiency of the equipment necessary to properly carry out the maize collection operation.

Minister Niteretse indicated that traders can continue to import maize grains following the procedures in force, specifying however that corn seeds are not affected in the collection made by ANAGESSA.

He also invited administrators to take a synergy of actions to combat anything that could be a source of disruption to security without forgetting the fight against fraud. The activities of those administration officials must be oriented towards the vision of Burundi emerging in 2040 and developed in 2060, he noted.

As for the so-called traditional healers known as “Kamucape”, they must be hunted down and brought to justice.

Thus, the minister recommended to those leaders of the Makamba province to highlight the well-being of the people in their daily activities by placing particular emphasis on the concerns of widows and orphans.