Huye residents told to work harder, remain innovative

Rwandans in general and residents of Huye District in particular, have been advised to remain innovative and work hard to improve their living conditions.
A woman tries to lift a cassava root during the open day in Kinazi. Modernising agriculture has boosted local farmers produce.  The New Times/ Jean Pierre Bucyensenge
A woman tries to lift a cassava root during the open day in Kinazi. Modernising agriculture has boosted local farmers produce. The New Times/ Jean Pierre Bucyensenge

Rwandans in general and residents of Huye District in particular, have been advised to remain innovative and work hard to improve their living conditions.

Huye District mayor Eugene Kayiranga Muzuka also said it was imperative for everyone to step up their efforts towards self-growth

He was addressing local leaders, private sector actors, developmental partners and residents of Kinazi Sector during a one-day open day which was organised to showcase the district’s achievement over the past fiscal year.  The day was also an occasion to recognise individuals who performed well in their duties and several partners who contributed to the achievements. They were presented with certificates of appreciation for their efforts to transform local people’s lives.

As everyone aspires to live an improved life, hard work remains the way to welfare, Muzuka observed.

He encouraged residents to embrace performance contracts in their lives-telling them to always set targets that they will work to achieve in a set period of time.

He also urged local leaders to remain closer to citizens so as to help them in their quest for improved welfare.

Kinazi emerged the best performing sector out of the total 14 sectors that make up Huye District.

Vital Migabo, Kinazi sector executive secretary, said the role of residents in the performance cannot be ignored.

“We always make sure that residents are involved in every step we take,” Migabo said.

He noted that over the 2013/2014 fiscal year efforts will be put in increasing agriculture produce, among other fields.

Local residents who spoke to The New Times said they are proud of achievements that continue to be registered in their lives.

 

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