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The Burundian Diaspora is called to contribute to the Development of their homeland

The 2nd Day of the Diaspora Week was marked exclusively by the moralization session of HE Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE President of the Republic of Burundi.

During this session, the President of the Republic returned to the history of Burundi by highlighting a few cases of corruption, criminality and mismanagement of public affairs. The President of the Republic HE Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE indicated that all Burundians should deplore this dark past which has harmed the daughters and sons of the Nation for years to be reborn and make a new start. HE Evariste NDAYISHIMIYE deplored the behavior of some leaders who, through their poor governance, have hampered the development of the country.

He said that Burundi needs competent people capable of managing public affairs as a good father. He thus called on all Burundians to mobilize to fight together against the enemy of the country. The Head of State called on members of the diaspora to bless and praise the property of their country in order to promote the tourism sector.

The President of the Republic of Burundi invited the Burundian Diaspora to initiate and finance a large-scale project that would symbolize its contribution to the development of their country.

The last day of the Diaspora Week was marked by various presentations of the institutions which intervene directly or indirectly in the sector of agriculture and the protection of the environment.

The Diaspora Week ended with the reading of the conclusions and recommendations from the 6th edition of the Diaspora Week in Ngozi where in general these recommendations aim to improve the conditions for the participation of the Burundian Diaspora in the development of the Country.

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