|EXHIBITION 2011 IN THE SOUTHERN PROVINCE ENDS UP
Muhanga, 11th October, 2011
This Monday October 10th, 2011 the exhibition of the Southern Province that took place at the Regional Stadium of Muhanga District was officially closed after 10 days.
The closure of this exhibition was headed by the Executive Secretary of the Southern Province Madam Jeanne IZABILIZA, there was also different senior officials in the Southern Province, the presenters, the population of Muhanga District and neighbors among others.
In her introduction speech, the Mayor of Muhanga District Madam Yvonne MUTAKWASUKU thank all that have participated either from far or near for their active role in the success of this exhibition.
Madam Yvonne also affirmed that " even if it was organized during the rainy season, this exhibition was successful and was done in a pleasant mood." The Mayor also declared that the participation rate was evaluated at 85%.
The representative of the presenters Mr. Gerard SINA rejoiced for the good collaboration that has always characterized the Local leader of the Southern Province, the Private Sector, Civil Society and other partners in different activities.
We also have to mention that this exhibition was attended by people from some foreign countries like Uganda, Kenya and Egypt and they all congratulated the way that this exhibition was organized and the close partnership that exist between their countries and Rwanda.
In her speech, the Executive Secretary of the Southern Province Madam Jeanne IZABILIZA who was also the guest of honor in these ceremonies thank all that have played a leading role for the success of this exhibitions.
She also thank all those that received medals and cups as reward for their presentations and encouraged every body to work harder and insure that the next exhibitions will be more attractive than it was this time.
Particularly, Madam Jeanne IZABILIZA thank Compassion International for involving children in different activities because it gives them more hope confidence and encouragement to serve the nation.
Jean Paul BYIRINGIRO
Public Relations and Communication Officer