RDRC officials flanked by Bugesera local leaders lay a foundation stone on the newly construction business site for disabled ex-combatants in Nyabivumu village in Nyamata Sector

Laying a foundation stone are RDRC officials; Madam Mukantabana Seraphine (Clad in ared T-shirt) and the RDRC Secretary General Mr. Musoni Francis (left). They were flanked by Bugesera local leaders and residents from Kinunga Cell in Kicukiro District.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The RDRC officials in conjunction with Bugesera local leaders laid a foundation stone at the newly construction site for disabled ex-combatants business house on 28th, July 2018 in Nyabivumu village Bugesera District.

Addressing the audience, the RDRC Chairperson Madam Mukantabana Seraphine lauded Kinunga residents for the innovation of an idea that remembered disabled ex-combatants who liberated the country. She commended Kinunga community for supporting disabled ex-combatants through construction of a business house located in Nyabivumu village in Nyamata Sector.

Notably, Kinunga is a village located in kicukiro District, Kagarama sector. The area residents that include men and women who work from different fields decided to come up together to recognize the role that was played by disabled ex-combatants during liberation struggle.

The Chairperson remarked that the peace that is prevailing in the country was ushered in by disabled ex-combatants.  "Look at the peace and stability the country is enjoying. It is a sweat for disabled ex-combatants who fought for this country. I would like therefore to take this opportunity to thank all ex-combatants who liberated this country. They sacrificed themselves and restored peace and stability which has today enhanced social- economic development", she said.  

 

She lauded Nyabivumu disabled ex-combatants for taking care of the houses which the Commission built for them. ?I thank you for very much for taking care of the housing units which the Commission gave you. It is really an honor to us", she remarked.

For his part, the executive Secretary for the Eastern Province Mr. Habimana Kizito commended the Kinunga residents for supporting disabled ex-combatants residing in Nyabivumu. He appealed to Bugesera area residents to always support government programs for the sake of national development. ?I want all of you to support government policies such as; National Insurance ( Mutuel de sante), family Planning as well as saving for your families so that you could  enjoy a decent life?, said Habimana.

 

The Vice Mayor Bugesera District, Uwiragiye Priscille hailed Kinunga residents for coming up with a brilliant idea for supporting disabled ex-combatants who liberated the country. She urged all Rwandans to emulate the example for the sake of building the nation.

She also advised Bugesera youth to work hard in an attempt to develop the nation and avoid what would disrupt peace in the country.

Mr. Janvier Murima, the Chairman of Kinunga Association from Kicukiro District that supported Nyakivumu disabled ex-combatants said it was the right time to reward disabled ex-combatants who liberated the country. "This is really the right time to support disabled ex-combatants. They deserve it because they fought for peace and stability which some of us are enjoying today. Long live disabled ex-combatants, long live Rwanda", he said.

Notably, the members of Twisungane Cooperative which comprises disabled ex-combtants were so excited to get a business house for conducting their trade. The President of the Cooperative (Rtd Private) Bakundukize Janvier thanked all the people who gave a hand during the construction of a business house. "All is good for us as disabled ex-combatants. It is a blessing to us to see you participating in the construction of our business project. It will help us to generate income for our families hence reducing poverty", he said.  

(Rtd) Private  Giraneza John a member of cooperative says:  "It is a great pleasure that now we have  such a good project for conducting trade, we are going to work hard and reap  profits  and  benefit our families", he said.

Another Cooperative member Niyongira Sarivatori echoed similar sentiments. He lauded the government for cultivating a condunsive environment for uplifting livelihoods for disabled ex-combatants.

The Chairman of Kinunga Community village Mr. Janvier  Murima (First Right), laying a foundation stone on a newly construction  business house in Nyabivumu,  Bugesera District. He was accompanied by Bugesera Vice Mayor Uwiragiye Priscille ( First left) and the RDRC Secretary General Mr. Francis Musoni ( Middle).

Bugesera area residents doing Umuganda community service at the newly construction site where a business house for disabled ex-combatants will be erected.

The RDRC Chairperson Madam Mukantabana Seraphine gives a keynote address to Bugesera local leaders  and area residents after laying a foundation stone on a newly construction business house for disabled ex-combatants in Nyabivumu village on 28th, July 2018.