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publie le Monday 17 April 2023
parCommunication and Spokesperson’s Office

On Saturday April 15, 2023, the First Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Sabine Ntakarutimana, was on hand to support the people of Rusaka commune in Mwaro province in the community development work that took place on the site of Bisha colline where the livestock market is to be built.

The project was initiated by the inter-communal committee of Mwaro province, as it is a province known for its intensive livestock breeding, but unfortunately it does not have a livestock market, so farmers are forced to sell their livestock in other Mwaro bordering provinces such as Bururi, Bujumbura and Muramvya. According to the Governor of Mwaro, Colonel Gaspard Gasanzwe, the wish is that the livestock market be modern to be considered as the reference of the province.

The First Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Hon. Sabine Ntakarutimana, encouraged the population who participated in the work of that day, while sensitizing for more participation, to implement the vision of His Excellency the President of the Republic "Let every mouth have something to eat and every wallet money". It is therefore necessary to work diligently in order to increase production.

The Government of Burundi, having made good governance a priority, the Honorable Sabine Ntakarutimana insisted on the fight against fraud. Those who still engage in free riding should stop immediately. The country cannot carry out its public projects without taxes.

The Honorable First Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly sensitized the population of Mwaro province not only to limit births but also to curb the phenomenon of school dropouts.

"Every child has the right to education. Even if there is little recruitment in the public services, the country will only develop with a thinking and intellectual population, capable of maturing and setting up its own development projects.

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