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The secretary general of the CNDD-FDD party visits the Bagumyabanga of the Ntahangwa commune

ByWebmaster

May 10, 2024

BUJUMBURA, May 8th (ABP) – The Secretary General of the CNDD-FDD party, Mr. Révérien Ndikuriyo, accompanied by the representation of this party at the central level, visited on May 6, 2024, the Bagumyabanga of the Ntahangwa commune in Bujumbura City. He directly indicated that this visit is part of the objective of explaining to all Bagumyabanga in the country the orientations of the CNDD-FDD party, orientations decided by the central committee of this party, during a meeting held last April, as part of achieving the vision of making Burundi an emerging country in 2040 and developed in 2060.

Mr. Ndikuriyo thus made it known that the first and most important orientation is the call to Bagumyabanga to safeguard democratically elected institutions. For him, it is even the essence of the CNDD-FDD. He called on the Bagumyabanga to safeguard the vision of the said party, discipline and the spirit of brotherhood.

                                                                                  View of Bagumyabanga in Ntahangwa commune

To be part of the vision, the secretary general of the CNDD-FDD drew up a series of measures aimed at economic recovery, measures which he called for to be implemented. These include planting avocados (according to forecasts, a production of 1,000,000 tons is expected in 5 years), intensifying coffee cultivation (42,000 tonnes are expected in 4 years according to forecasts), banning mobile phone use at work and talent detection.

Other key measures were also announced. This concerns the obligatory hygiene of people and the cleanliness of cities. At the level of education, Mr. Ndikuriyo announced that the central committee of this party advocates for useful education to achieve Burundi’s development objectives. He therefore considers that the programs must be reviewed to favor culture and national heritage.

At this same level, he advocates the teaching of patriotism from a young age (from 7 to 17 years old) to all young “Biswi vy’inkona” and other young people in general. He announced the restoration of the boarding school system in education with the aim of creating a climate of fraternity, mutual aid and solidarity between young leaders of tomorrow.

For his part, he finds that with the determination of all Burundians, the vision will be achieved. He called on everyone to make achieving that vision their daily struggle.

The work was interspersed with presentations including the contribution of Burundian culture in the development and content of the vision document among others.

According to the Secretary General of the ruling party, the Ntahangwa commune is the 3rd in which this activity has just been organized, and this tour will be carried out in all the communes of the country.