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HE The President of the Republic of Rwanda and Commander-in-Chief of RDF donates 5760 iron sheets to vulnerable families in Rusizi

 

Rusizi-Bweyeye, 03 September 2020


H.E the President Paul Kagame and the Commander in Chief (C-in-C) of Rwanda Defence Force (RDF) has donated 5760 iron sheets to the most vulnerable families to provide a descent homes to the needy. The beneficiaries of the humanitarian assistance are drawn from 242 most vulnerable residents from five cells in Bweyeye Sector, Rusizi district.


 The Governor of Western Province Munyantwari Alphonse and area Senior Commanders handed over the iron sheets to Bweyeye residents thanked HE the President of Rwanda and C-in-C of the RDF for his citizen-centred leadership. The western province leadership hails local population’s contribution to bringing security in their communities.


“The collaboration between security organs and Bweyeye residents has proved that we are united and ready to protect the national progress and achievement. We commend your understanding that owning, protecting our country's safety and security is a pillar for its sustainable development’’.
The Governor of Western Province urged Bweyeye residents and beneficiaries of the development projects to be more grateful by charting the way of self-development to uplift their living conditions to another level.


Nyirandimubanzi Meliyana one of the beneficiaries of the iron sheet donation project said” I was living in a holed roof house; my belongings were damaged during the rain season; I was desperate after the death of my husband… thanks to our President who has sent the RDF to deliver the iron sheets… We are very grateful that our life will change for good and ever since”.


Bweyeye residents express their satisfaction to the infrastructure development projects that have improved their living conditions.


“I am a witness of Bweyeye development. This Bweyeye was underdeveloped with no electricity, schools, health facilities… we are witnesses of the real national liberation. We can testify that we have been liberated… we are waiting for the 32 km tarmac road Pindura-Bweyeye under construction to celebrate the fruits of national liberation struggle’’, testified Kanyabashi Thomas Bweyeye resident even before 1994.