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Les lions ont été hypnotisés avant de quitter l’Afrique du Sud vers le Rwanda

Après 15ans d’absence des lions au Park National de l’Akagera, les fauves sont de retour

Posted on 01 July 2015 by peter

Les lions ont été hypnotisés avant de quitter l’Afrique du Sud vers le Rwanda

Les lions ont été hypnotisés avant de quitter l’Afrique du Sud vers le Rwanda

Sept lions dont deux mâles et 5 femelles venant de l’Afrique du Sud viennent d’être réintroduits dans le Park National de l’Akagera. Certains lions avaient été complètement décimés il y a une quinzaine d’années dans cette savane de l’Est du Rwanda suite à la guerre et le génocide contre les Tutsis. Une autre partie avait été empoisonnée par les éleveurs de bovins qui voyaient ces fauves comme une menace pour leurs troupeaux.

Les 5 lionnes venues de l’Afrique du Sud ont été données par Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve et les deux par Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife of Tembe Elephant Park. Situés dans la province sud-africaine du KwaZulu-Natal, les deux sont de petites réserves où les fauves excédentaires sont destinés à être envoyé ailleurs comme ce cas du Rwanda pour la bonne gestion.

Dans le parc de l’Akagera, nouvelle demeure de ces lions, ils ont été placés dans une espace de 1km² au nord du parc. Cette espace a été scindée en deux enclos séparés, le périmètre haut de 3m, avec une clôture électrifiée. Une réserve d’eau a été aménagée et les lions seront nourris 3 à 4 jours pour reproduire leur modèle d’alimentation naturelle. Ils seront ensuite mis en quarantaine pendant au moins 14 jours durant lesquels ils seront continuellement surveillés avant d’être relâchés dans le désert.

Ces lions ont été sélectionnés en fonction du potentiel de reproduction et leur capacité à contribuer à la cohésion sociale. Ces lions ont été capturés et détenus dans de Bomas dans Phinda et dans Tembe Elephant Park. Le 29 Juin, ils ont été hypnotisés et placés dans containers en acier, et chargés sur des camions vers l’aéroport OR Tambo à Johannesburg en direction de Kigali.

En plus, ces lions sont équipés de colliers satellites qui permettent à l’équipe de gestion du parc de l’Akagera de surveiller leurs mouvements. Autre mesure de précaution, la clôture du parc pour ne pas permettre aux animaux sauvages de sortir du parc. Ces colliers ont une vie de deux ans et l’équipe du parc aura évalué la dynamique et l’évolution de ces lions.

« Le retour des lions à l’Akagera est une étape importante pour la conservation du parc et le pays. La restauration du parc national à son ancien état de la biodiversité est primordial dans la conservation des parcs africains », a déclaré Peter Fearnhead, African Parks PDG.

« Il est une important de réhabiliter le parc, ce retour va encourager l’équilibre naturel de l’écosystème et d’améliorer le produit touristique », a fait savoir l’Ambassadeur Yamina Karitanyi, le chef de la direction du tourisme au Rwanda Development Board.

L’année dernière, dans le cadre des préparatifs de la réintroduction des lions, l’équipe du parc de l’Akagera a procédé à un programme de sensibilisation des communautés qui habitent aux environs du parc afin de promouvoir la coexistence harmonieuse avec les lions.

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More Lions into Rwanda’s Akagera National Park

Posted on 26 June 2015 by peter

From top left; one of the five females on a tree in Phinda. Other two  female lions. AFRICAN PARKS/MATTHEW POOLE. One of the two male lions in a holding boma in Tembe AFRICAN PARKS/ CLINTON WRIGHT. A labyrinth of lakes makes up Akagera National Park, Rwanda AFRICAN PARKS / JOHN DICKENS.

From top left; one of the five females on a tree in Phinda. Other two female lions. AFRICAN PARKS/MATTHEW POOLE. One of the two male lions in a holding boma in Tembe AFRICAN PARKS/ CLINTON WRIGHT. A labyrinth of lakes makes up Akagera National Park, Rwanda AFRICAN PARKS / JOHN DICKENS.

African Parks in partnership with the Rwanda Development Board is to translocate seven lions from South Africa to re-introduce the species into Akagera National Park in Rwanda in a ground-breaking conservation effort for both the park and Rwanda.

The group of lions destined for Akagera includes five females that have been donated by &Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve and two males that have been donated by Tembe Elephant Reserve, an Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife protected area.

Located in the South African province of KwaZulu-Natal, both are relatively small, confined reserves where it is necessary to occasionally remove surplus lions.

In the prime of their lives, the lions have been selected based on future reproductive potential and their ability to contribute to social cohesion -young adults, sub-adult females, young adult males with different genetics – and associations such as adult female with sub-adult female and adult male coalitions.

The lions have already been captured and are being held in bomas on Phinda and on Tembe. On 29 June they will be tranquilised, placed in individual slatted, pen-crates and loaded onto trucks for their journey to OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.

At the same time they will all be fitted with satellite collars which will enable the Akagera park management team to monitor their movements and reduce the risk of the lions entering community areas. As an additional precautionary measure, the park fence has also been predator-proofed. The collars have a two year life by which time the park team will have evaluated the pride dynamics and only the dominant individuals in each pride will be re-collared.

On arrival at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg the seven lions will be immediately loaded onto a charter flight and flown to the capital of Rwanda, Kigali, from where they will be transported by road to Akagera National Park.

The entire journey is expected to take 36 hours. They will be accompanied and continually monitored by a veterinary team with experience in translocations. The lions will be kept tranquilised, will not be fed but will have access to fresh water throughout their journey.

On arrival in Akagera National Park, they will be placed in a specially-erected 1,000m² boma in the north of the park. Split into two separate enclosures, the perimeter features a three-metre high, chain-linked electrified fence.

A water reserve has been constructed within the boma and the lions will be fed game meat while in the enclosure. They will be quarantined for a minimum of 14 days, during which they will be continually monitored, before being released into the wilderness of the park.

“The return of lions to Akagera is a conservation milestone for the park and the country”, said Peter Fearnhead, CEO African Parks. “Restoring national parks to their former biodiversity state is a key deliverable of the African Parks conservation model and we, in conjunction with our Government partner, the Rwandan Development Board, are delighted to have been able to re-introduce one of the charismatic species to this beautiful national park”.

Ambassador Yamina Karitanyi, Chief Tourism Officer at the Rwanda Development Board said “It a breakthrough in the rehabilitation of the park under the public private partnership between the Rwanda Development Board and African Parks. Their return will encourage the natural balance of the ecosystem and enhance the tourism product to further contribute to Rwanda’s status as an all-in-one safari destination.”

Akagera National Park

Akagera is 112, 000 hectares in size, located in the east of Rwanda on the border with Tanzania. A river of the same name (Akagera River) on its eastern boundary feeds into a labyrinth of lakes that make up the park. Leopard, serval, hyena, jackal and giraffe are found in the park which is also home to large herds of buffalo, impala, zebra and several antelope species.

 Elephants often congregate around the lakes that are inhabited by more than 800 hippos as well as crocodiles. In addition, Akagera is home to around 482 bird species including the endangered shoebill and endemic red-faced barbet. Visitors can explore the park on a self-drive, in a safari vehicle with a knowledgeable guide or on a guide-led, boat experience on the lakes.

The park is two hours by car from the Rwandan capital of Kigali and day visitors are well catered for at the Visitors’ Centre.

Those wishing to overnight have three options: three basic-facility campsites, the eco-friendly Ruzizi Tented Lodge or the larger Akagera Game Lodge.

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Rwanda’s Gorilla Naming Ceremony to generate $14m

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Rwanda’s Gorilla Naming Ceremony to generate $14m

Posted on 15 June 2015 by peter

 

Rwanda’s Gorilla Naming Ceremony to generate $14m

Rwanda is targeting to fetch at least $14million from the annual gorilla naming ceremony branded as Kwita Izina promotional week.

Kwita Izina activities are scheduled to start on August 28 until September 5. Rwanda wants to popularize the event in low tourism season. Originally, the ceremony was held in June when the region experiences a high tourism season.

“The choice of new date was strategic in balancing seasonal incomes,” says Ambassador Yamini Karitanyi head of Tourism department at Rwanda Development Board (RDB).

According to RDB, Twenty four baby gorillas will be named, an increase compared to 17 and 18 baby gorillas for 2013 and 2014, thanks to the crucial conservation efforts.

Dennis Karera, the chairman of Hotels’ association in Rwanda, also chairman of East African business council said; “We are marketing the event regionally and internationally. Our hotels will be full to capacity that very week.”

Kwita Izina attracts global tour operators, international media, conservationists and other global figures from various fields of work.

According to RDB the average expenditure of a tourist in Rwanda is US$300 per day for hotel accommodation, food, hangout and transport. Other expenses not linked to the hotel are not included in this amount.

Rwanda would earn $ 2.1 million per night if all the rooms are occupied.

Karera also said that with 7000 hotel rooms’ capacity, Rwanda is ready to give the best accommodation ever.

Gorillas earned the country over $ 15 million last year, out of $ 303 million contributed by the whole tourism sector. The target is to increase sector contribution to $ 800 in by 2017.

Kwita Izina and preparatory events are set to reap money straight away and to market the country for future business.

During this period August 28-29th, Rwanda is scheduled to showcase Inka z’u Rwanda the traditional long horned cattle in Eastern province.

“My clients like their elegance and their beautiful horns which they compare to the elephant’s ivory,” said John Kayihura, a Rwandan tourism consultant.

Other activities will include a conservation forum, a photo and business exhibition, a familiarization trip among others.

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Les réserves naturelles de Gishwati et Mukura seront bientôt des parcs nationaux

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Les réserves naturelles de Gishwati et Mukura seront bientôt des parcs nationaux

Posted on 10 June 2015 by peter

Les réserves naturelles de Gishwati et Mukura seront bientôt des parcs nationaux

Le Rwanda envisage de créer de nouveaux parcs nationaux dans le but d’attirer plus de touristes et avoir plus de revenus avec comme objectif de générer 860 millions de dollars.

C’est dans ce cadre que le pays a entrepris la réhabilitation des forêts naturelles de Mukura et de Gishwati, pour conserver la faune et la flore. Ces dernières deviennent une attraction majeure pour les touristes qui visitent de plus en plus le pays des mille collines.

Ces forêts sont situées dans l’Ouest du pays dans les districts de Rubavu, Rutsiro, Ngororero et Nyabihu.

Le gouvernement attend alors dans les prochains mois l’adoption du projet de loi qui va mettre à jour ces réserves naturelle dans des parcs nationaux.

Mukura-Gishwati,attraction naturelle majeure d’hébergement de 60 espèces d’arbres, singes de couleur, singes de montagne, une douzaine d’espèces de chimpanzés d’Afrique orientale etc.

Dr Rose Mukankomeje, DG de REMA a appelé à un soutien public dans la mise en œuvre du projet de réhabilitation de ces forêts. « Le succès de ce projet profitera non seulement aux collectivités locales mais aussi le Rwanda et le monde en général ».

Le Rwanda a lancé le projet de réhabilitation de la réserve à travers les activités communautaires appellees « Umuganda » du 5 juin.

Ces réserves  ont été empiétées par les activités humaines qui ont réduit sa superficie initiale de 250 milles hectares en 1951 à mille hectares actuellement. Ces activités humaines étaient la réinstallation des populations, l’agriculture et l’exploitation illégale des ressources minières.

Selon REMA, grâce à l’approche du paysage pour la restauration des forêts et de la conservation (LAFREC), le Rwanda va augmenter la couverture forestière et la restauration des bois indigènes dans les zones déboisées, selon REMA.

Le pays prévoit de limiter le braconnage et autres activités hostiles dans le parc à travers plusieurs projets. Ces projets seront  soutenus par la Banque Mondiale avec une subvention de 5 ans d’une valeur 9, 530,000$.

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Northern corridor renews tourism bid

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Northern corridor renews tourism bid

Posted on 30 April 2015 by peter

Northern corridor renews tourism bid

Rwanda, Kenya, and Uganda, that are part of the East African Community and whose three members constitute the Northern Corridor Integration Projects initiative are reviewing their joint tourism marketing programs.

The focus will be on attracting more international leisure and business visitors; continuing to position the East African region as a single tourism destination, drawing on the depth and diversity of the attractions within the region and offering an estimated 141 million people as an attractive market for investment.

Joint tourism marketing brings together the government and private sector agencies in charge of tourism marketing including Rwanda Development Board’s Department of Tourism and Conservation, Kenya Tourism Board and Uganda Tourism Board under the Northern Corridor Integration Projects Initiative.

Speaking during a press briefing in Kigali after a joint consultative meeting, Ambassador Yamina Karitanyi, the Chief Tourism Officer at the Rwanda Development Boards said that the partner states collectively considered issues like security, infrastructure and ease of access as central to ensuring domestic, regional and international visitors’ confidence in their personal safety and comfort when touring East Africa.

“We have pledged to continuously and actively promote the Northern Corridor states as a joint destination. Security and ease of access and tourist confidence remain a top priority for this destination.

As you know, we introduced the East Africa Tourism Visa last year and this already has had an impact. In addition to organizing joint events at fairs, we have organized travel trade and travel media trips for the groups to familiarize them with the offering.” she said.

Fiona Ngesa, Assistant Regional Marketing Manager at the Kenya Tourism Board indicated that the region remains a very safe destination for every tourist and that Kenya was addressing the security situation.

“We want to reassure our domestic, regional and international visitors that they will be safe and secure. We are open for business & we therefore encourage all to come & sample the diversity of our tourism products.”

Edwin Muzahura, the Marketing and PR Manager at the Uganda Tourism Board said “We are in a unique region that has a lot to offer and at least regionally, we are taking advantage of it.

There has been an increase in inter regional trade and tourism as a result of use of the interstate passes, the East Africa Tourism Visa and the IDs. Northern Corridor Initiative

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Les animaux du Parc de Nyungwe détruisent les champs de la population environnante

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Les animaux du Parc de Nyungwe détruisent les champs de la population environnante

Posted on 27 March 2015 by peter

Les animaux du Parc de Nyungwe détruisent les champs de la population environnante

Ce ne sont que des herbivores qui, une fois en dehors du parc, se nourrissent des cultures

Dans la cellule Uwamusebeya, secteur Ruheru, les paysans qui habitent dans les environs du Parc National de Nyungwe se plaignent que les animaux sauvages appelés « Ibihinyage » ravagent leurs champs. Ils ont besoin d’être dédommagées pour leurs récoltes.

Comme l’explique Ndayisenga Fréderic, un des habitants de cette cellule, quand ces animaux ravagent leurs champs, ils en informent le SGF (Special Guarantee Fund), mais ce fond n’a encore rien fait.

« Ces animaux ont dévasté mes champs de maïs sur 180m et celui du sorgho sur 87m. J’ai fait une liste de tout ce qui a été abimé et je l’ai remise au District pour qu’on me rembourse. Mais, jusqu’à aujourd’hui rien n’a été fait », s’est indigné Ndayisenga.

Les paysans réclament une protection plus efficace contre ces animaux afin de les empêcher d’aller au-delà du parc. Ces mesures de protection ont déjà été faites par RDB dans deux autres parcs du pays. Il s’agit du Parc National de l’Akagera avec une clôture électrique d’une centaines de kilomètres et dans le mur en pierre construit dans le Parc National des Volcans.

Niyitegeka Félicien, adjoint du Chargé des Finances et du Développement dans le District de Nyaruguru rassure la population et promet que les discussions sont en cours  avec le RDB pour trouver ensemble une solution définitive à ces incidents et voir comment rembourser les victimes.

« Il va y avoir une collaboration entre les autorités du District et celles du secteur on va étudier ensemble toutes ces plaintes causées par ces animaux qui ont endommagé les champs pour que les victimes soient dédommagées », a rassuré Niyitegeka.

Ces problèmes provoqués par les animaux du parc ne se produisent pas seulement dans le secteur de Ruheru car même les habitants des Secteurs de Kivu, Muganza et Nyabimata, autour du ce parc ne cessent de se plaindre.

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Game wardens who received the equipment kit

Volcanoes National Park gets modern tools

Posted on 14 September 2014 by peter

The Congo Basin Ecosystems Conservation (PACEBCO), in partnership with Rwanda Natural Resources Authority donated modern tools worth Rwf118 Million to Rwanda Development Board to enhance capacity in protection of wild animals in the park.

The tools worth Rwf118m were provided by Congo Basin Ecosystems Conservation (PACEBCo), in partnership with Rwanda Natural Resources Authority.

Some of the tools in the equipment given to Volcanoes National Park

Some of the tools in the equipment given to Volcanoes National Park

Among the equipment’s includes 14 generators, 20 binoculars, 50 altimeters, 50 GPSs, 20 digital cameras, 50 compasses, 50 radio call sets, 20 tents, 145 sleeping bags, and 145 rain coats.

PACEBCo regional coordinator, Dr. Bihini Won wa Musiti, said the support was in recognition of their good cooperation with the Rwanda Natural Resources Authority and the existing goodwill in conservation and management of biodiversity.

He said the modern equipment will be used to protect the national park by enabling those involved in conservation to effectively deal with some of the challenges they encounter.

“Along with a multipurpose hall that is yet to be completed in Burera district, PACEBCO is also financing eleven more projects in areas close to the Volcanoes National Park including sponsoring projects in six schools and a health center, and four productive projects all worth $230 000,” said Dr. Bihini Won wa Musiti, the director of PACEBco.

Game wardens who received the equipment kit

Game wardens who received the equipment kit

“Through the partnership, we can achieve a lot. Capacity building which is ongoing is the key to effective management of our natural resources,” he said.

Emmanuel Nkurunziza, the Director General of Rwanda Natural Resources Authority hailed PACEBCo for the support, saying it will help park employees respond in an effective and timely manner.

He urged park wardens and truckers to put the equipment to good use, adding that ‘it is your duty to ensure safety of the materials”.

Park wardens and truckers said the modern kits will help them work professionally and effectively.

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m_Launch of Ruzizi tented lodge to boost tourism

Launch of Ruzizi tented lodge to boost tourism

Posted on 02 September 2014 by peter

m_Launch of Ruzizi tented lodge to boost tourism

Akagera’s tented lodge a midst the park

The launch of Ruzizi Tented Lodge in Akagera national park is a boost in the expansion of domestic tourism markets.

The lodge seats on the shores of Lake Ihema, Rwanda’s second largest lake, in a tract of unique dry forest.

Although treated as a separate business in its own right, Akagera National Company constructed the lodge with its revenue fully given back to the conservation of the park.

Clare Akamanzi, the deputy CEO of Rwanda development board ‏posted on her twitter that the launch of the newly built tented lodge will boost tourism at this park.

“Akagera is even getting more exposure because when people talk about the only tented lodge in Rwanda they will talk about the park, hence concurrently exposed through customer experience,” Imasy Ramampy, the Assistant Manager at Ruzizi.

“The Lodge was built as part of a Tourism Development Plan in order to increase park revenue for the protection and conservation of the park as a whole,” said Imasy Ramampy, the Assistant Manager at Ruzizi.

The design of the lodge includes the provision of solar power from solar panels as well as the incorporation of trees along with raised wooden boardwalks linking the tents.

Akagera is popular for other activities such as game drives, boat trip game viewing on the lakes and along the Akagera River.

In August this year, Ruzizi launched New Luxury Tree-top Tent making an addition of two tents to the lodge.

The manger explained that with this development, Ruzizi is able to accommodate a maximum of 20 people in 9 tented en-suite rooms.

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m_Ibirombe byo muri rutsiro mu ishyamba rya mukura

Rutsiro: Minisitiri Dr Vincent Biruta yasuye ishyamba rya Mukura rigiye kuba pariki

Posted on 16 August 2014 by peter

m_Rutsiro Minisitiri Dr Vincent Biruta yasuye ishyamba

Minisitiri biruta mu ruzinduko hafi y’ishyamba kimeza rya mukura

Tariki 13/8/2014,  minisitiri w’umutungo kamere Dr Vincent Biruta yagiriye urugendo rw’umunsi umwe mu karere ka Rutsiro mu murenge wa Mukura aho yasuye ishyamba rya kimeza rya Mukura rigiye kugirwa Pariki.

m_Minisitiri biruta mu ruzinduko hafi y’ishyamba kimeza rya mukura

Minisitiri biruta mu ruzinduko hafi y’ishyamba kimeza rya mukura

Uru ruzinduko rw’umunsi umwe  rwari rugamije kureba uburyo iryo shyamba rimeze dore ko hamaze iminsi itari mike ricukurwamo amabuye y’agaciro ariko rwihishwa.

Minisitiri yatangaje ko ishyamba rya kimeza rya Mukura guverinoma yamaze gufata icyemezo cyo kurigira pariki mu minsi iri imbere akaba  ariyo mpamvu ngo rigomba kubungwabungwa bikomeye.

m_Ishyamba rya kimeza rya mukura

Ishyamba rya kimeza rya mukura

Yagize ati” gahunda yari ukureba iri shyamba rya Mukura kuko ni ishyamba dushaka gusubiranya kandi rikajya mu rwego rwa pariki  kandi twamaze kumenya ko ritanafashwe neza ritarinzwe neza niyo mpamvu twifuza ko ryarindwa neza ndetse rikanasanwa naho abacukuramo amabuye y’agaciro tugiye kubafatira ingamba”

Ku ruhande rwa guverineri w’intara y’uburengerazuba madame Cartas Mukandasira yatangaje ko batazatererana minisiteri y’umutungo kamere ahubwo ngo bagiye gufata iyambere babungabunge umutungo kamere uwo ariwo wose bafata n’ingamba zikomeye ku bantu bashaka kuwangiza.

m_Minisitiri biruta muri rutsiro

Minisitiri biruta muri rutsiro

Ku bijyanye n’abacukura amabuye y’agaciro rwihishwa muri iri shyamba rigiye kuba Pariki Guverineri yavuze ko bagiye kubahagururkira ku buryo bukomeye bafatanyije n’inzego z’umutekano.

m_Ibirombe byo muri rutsiro mu ishyamba rya mukura

Ibirombe byo muri rutsiro mu ishyamba rya mukura

    

Yagize ati”abo babikora ni abaturage b’intara yacu ,turakommeza kwigisha yuko batagomba kwangiza umutungo wabo ,ni ukuvugako ikintu cyose kigira iherezo tugiye gukaza umutekano w’iri shyamba abazafatwa tuzabahana by’intangarugero”.

Ishyamba rya kimeza rya Mukura rifite ubuso bungana na hegitari 1716  ubu ngo nta muntu n’umwe wemerewe gucukuramo amabuye y’agaciro kuko n’abari babifitiye uburenganzira bamaze kubwamburwa ,hakaba hateganywa kurishakira abarinzi bahoraho.

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Ikigo cy’amashuri abanza cya Basumba kizafasha abana bagera kuri 352 bakigaho ndetse n’ababyeyi baturiye ako gace kari gasanzwe katagira ishuri ribanza

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Nyabihu: Abaturage biyemeje kurushaho kubungabunga Parike y’ibirunga ,nyuma yo gusogongera ku byiza bikomoka ku madevise

Posted on 30 June 2014 by peter

Bitewe n’ibyiza by’amaparike n’ibindi bikurura ba Mukerarugendo bikinjiza amadevise mu Rwanda, bamwe mu baturage baturiye Parike y’ibirunga mu mirenge ya Kabatwa na Bigogwe,bavuga ko bagiye kurushaho kubungabunga iyo parike birinda icyo aricyo cyose cyayihungabanya.

Ni nyuma yo gusogongera ku byiza bikomoka ku bukerarugendo ,aho bubakiwe ishuri ribanza rya Basumba mu murenge wa Bigogwe ku nkunga ya RDB kandi n’indi mishinga 21 itandukanye irimo iy’ubuhinzi,ubworozi n’ibidukikije n’uburezi, izatwara miliyoni 210 z’amafaranga y’ u Rwanda, ikaba ikomeje gukorwa muri uru rwego mu karere ka Nyabihu nk’uko Twahirwa Abdoulatif umuyobozi w’akarere yabigarutseho .

 Abaturage biyemeje kurushaho kubungabunga

Gakuru Onesphore umwe mu baturage baturiye Parike y’ibirunga avuga ko bagiye kuyibungabunga bivuye inyuma bitewe n’inyungu ibazanira zirimo n’ibikorwa remezo

Gakuru Onesphore umwe mu baturage baturiye Parike y’ibirunga avuga ko bagiye kuyibungabunga bivuye inyuma bitewe n’inyungu ibazanira zirimo n’ibikorwa remezo

Nyuma yo gushyikirizwa ku mugaragaro ishuri ribanza rya Basumba ,mu murenge wa Bigogwe,aho abaturage bavuga ko muri aka gace ubusanzwe nta shuri ribanza ryari rihari, ngo byasabaga abana gufata ibirometero bisaga 6 bajya mu mashuri ya Kabatwa cyangwa ahandi ,abaturage nabo biyemeje kubungabunga biruseho parike y’ibirunga baturiye.

 Abaturage biyemeje kurushaho kubungabunga Parike y’ibirunga ,nyuma yo gusogongera ku byiza bikomoka ku madevise

Impamvu nyamukuru ngo ni uko iri shuri RDB yabubakiye kuri ubu ryigamo abana 352 ndetse hakigisha n’abarimu 6, barikesha umusaruro uturuka ku bukerarugendo. Bakaba basanga kuri bo ari igikorwa gikomeye, kuko basanga nabo RDB ikora ibishoboka byose ngo isaranganye nabo inyungu ziva mu bukerarugendo.

Kubera iyi mpamvu,Ntamukunzi Ousier umwe mu baturage bo muri ako gace asanga ari iby’ingenzi kubungabunga parike n’ibindi bidukikije bikurura ba mukerarugendo kuko umuturage aba yigirira neza ndetse anagirira neza igihugu. Yongeraho ko ibikomoka kuri parike bifasha yaba abaturage ndetse na Leta kugera ku iterambere.

Gakuru Onesphore nawe ni umuturage uturiye parike y’ibirunga. Avuga ko kuri ubu abaturage nyuma yo guhabwa igikorwa remezo cy’ishuri ribanza ntaryo bari bafite,kuri ubu basobanukiwe kurutaho n’ibyiza bya parike n’ubukerarugendo.

Iyi akaba ariyo mpamvu nta muturage uzongera gutema imigano muri parike y’ibirunga mu gace batuyemo cyangwa gusagarira inyamaswa,kugira ngo parike isagambe kandi irusheho gukurura ba mukerarugendo bityo igihugu gitera imbere n’abaturage bagumye kugezwaho ibikorwa remezo.

Onesphore yongeraho ko buri muturage agiye kuba ijisho rya mugenzi we no gufatanya n’abakozi ba parike kurushaho kuyibungabunga.

Ikigo cy’amashuri abanza cya Basumba kizafasha abana bagera kuri 352 bakigaho ndetse n’ababyeyi baturiye ako gace kari gasanzwe katagira ishuri ribanza

Ikigo cy’amashuri abanza cya Basumba kizafasha abana bagera kuri 352 bakigaho ndetse n’ababyeyi baturiye ako gace kari gasanzwe katagira ishuri ribanza

Ambasaderi Karitanyi Yamina, umuyobozi muri RDB ushinzwe  ishami ry’ubukerarugendo no kubungabunga ibidukikije. Avuga ko abaturage bakwiye kumenya ko amaparike ari ayabo kandi  inyungu zivamo nabo zibagirira akamaro kuko Leta yashyizeho igikorwa cyo gusaranganya nabo izi nyungu uhereye mu mwaka wa 2005.

 Kuva muri uyu mwaka wa 2005, miliyari 1 na miliyoni 962 bikaba bimaze gushorwa mu mishinga nkiyo 360  iteza imbere abaturage cyane cyane baturiye amaparike n’ahari ibikorwa by’ubukerarugendo ngo barusheho gutera imbere bityo banafate iya mbere mu kubungabunga amaparike n’ibyo bikorwa.

Imishinga yo muri ubu buryo isaga 100 ikaba ikorerwa hafi ya parike y’ibirunga aho 21 muri yo ikorerwa mu karere ka Nyabihu.Umurenge wa Kabatwa,Mukamira na Bigogwe ikaba mu mirenge ituranye n’ibirunga kandi imwe muri yo igakora no kuri parike y’ibirunga.

Mu gihe Parike n’ibikorwa by’ubukerarugendo byinjiriza byinshi igihugu n’abagituye,abaturage bazituriye barimo n’abo mu duce twa Nyabihu bakaba basabwa kuzibungabunga no gukumira icyazangiza cyose.

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