Mugara: Senate Speaker calls on Christians to flee from sin

The President of the Senate Emmanuel Sinzohagera joined the faithful of the Pentecostal Church of Mugara in Rumonge commune and province in the celebration of Pentecost on May 5, 2022. In his greetings, Emmanuel Sinzohagera wished Christians a happy Pentecost day . He called for brotherhood, love of work and patriotism to develop the country.

Preacher of the day, the President of the Senate referred to the word of God written in the epistle of Luke chapter 3 verses 7-14, he recalled how John the Baptist told the Pharisees to flee the wrath of God in other words, to flee from sin. Emmanuel Sinzohagera took the example of Joseph in Egypt who fled Potiphar’s wife who invited him to sleep with him. Likewise, Daniel and his companions refused to eat the food sacrificed to the idols, preferring the threat of death.

The President of the Senate took this opportunity to urge the faithful to flee from sin, recalling that he who sins voluntarily attracts the pangs of death.

Emmanuel Sinzohagera warned Christians against hypocrisy. For him, some false Christians sin deliberately in secret without realizing that nothing is hidden from the eyes of God.

According to the President of the Senate, God sees everywhere even in the heart of man. He thus called on the faithful to seek to be guided by the Holy Spirit, inviting them to regularly read the word of God, to pray without ceasing, to repent and to ask forgiveness in case of sin. He called on Christians to bear fruits worthy of repentance and made it clear that only the righteous will inherit the kingdom of God.

After the prayer, the President of the Senate made a guided tour of a construction site of a new building under construction which will house the Mugara Pentecostal Church. Emmanuel Sinzohagera made a contribution by pledging a donation of cement. Source: Radio Television Burundi

Qualifications for CAN 2023: Draw between Burundi and Namibia

For its first match counting for the qualifications for CAN 2023, the national team of Burundi, Intamba mu Rugamba, equalized a goal everywhere with the Namibian national team. It was in Johannesburg, South Africa. It was Namibia who opened the scoring in the 10th minute through Peter Shalulile and Bonfils-Caleb Bimenyimana equalized in the 88th minute.

“The result is not bad on the outside. The chances of qualification are still there. It would have been something else if our national team had lost ,” analyzes Styves Derrick Ndizeye, sports journalist. However, he deplores the fact that the coach of Intamba, Jimmy Ndayizeye, is struggling to align his players on the field. “Let’s wait for the match with Cameroon to get an idea. »

The Intamba mu Rugamba will face Cameroon on June 9 at Benjamin Mkapa Stadium in the United Republic of Tanzania. Recall that following the maintenance of the suspension of Kenya by the Confederation of African Football (CAF), the two qualifying places are played between Cameroon, Burundi and Namibia.

Meanwhile, the national women’s football team of Burundi qualified, this Friday, June 3, for the semi-finals of the CECAFA tournament which takes place in Uganda. And this after his victory against Rwanda (2-1). In her first match, she beat Djibouti 3-0.

Source: IWACU Burundi

Education: Certain establishments in the line of sight of the ministry

During the Council of Ministers of June 1, the Minister of National Education and Scientific Research, François Havyarimana, indicated that certain fundamental, post-basic and university education establishments, in bad faith or ignorance, do not respect not the legal texts.

“The application of the sanctions provided for in these texts works to the detriment of pupils and students. This creates conflicts either between the pupils/students and their establishments, or between the ministry and these establishments. »

The problems observed at the level of fundamental and post-basic education, according to the Minister, are among others: the opening of schools without authorisation, the enrollment of pupils at all levels while the order of opening only provides for enrollment in the first years (1st kindergarten, 1st fundamental and first post-fundamental) and the reception of pupils in the middle of the year without authorisation. “All these three cases are frequently observed in private schools located in urban centers and especially in the town hall of Bujumbura. »

Minister Havyarimana also indicates that there are irregularities in higher education institutions, particularly private ones, in relation to non-compliance with the legal framework governing higher education. “The challenges related to graduation in these institutions are mainly due to non-compliance with the legal framework. As challenges, the minister underlines the non-respect of the conditions of access to higher education, the opening of training programs and organization of lessons without a ministerial order authorizing the opening, graduation without having the order accreditation of programs, non-compliance with the regulations on the organization of administrative and academic governance as well as the lack of financial resources.

Closing as one of the solutions

Among other solutions, the Council of Ministers recommended closing, from the 2022/2023 school year, all establishments that opened their doors without authorization and sanctioning establishments that committed faults in accordance with the texts in force. He urges the Minister to review the ordinance prohibiting the enrollment of students at all levels while the establishment is regular and has sufficient reception capacity. “It is necessary to identify at the level of the services of the State those which are last this situation and to sanction them. »

With regard to higher education establishments, the Council of Ministers indicates that the diplomas of technical education graduates who were not entitled to the national test and who began their university studies after the entry into force of Law No. 1 /22 of December 30, 2011 on the Reorganization of Higher Education in Burundi will not be recognized. “They will have to pass the State Examination to start university again if they want to. »

In addition, the council decided that it is necessary to grant the diploma of Technician Superior of level A1 by derogation to the students not holders of the State diploma who followed the programs of professional level not authorized nor approved and were enrolled in the against Decree No. 100/140 of June 6, 2013 on the organization of Higher Professional Medical and Paramedical Education in Burundi. “The educational institutions at various levels responsible for these irregularities must be prosecuted.

Source: IWACU Burundi

The situation in Central Africa and the activities of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa – Report of the Secretary-General

1. This report responds to the statement by the President of the Security Council dated 10 August 2018 ( S/PRST/2018/17 ), in which the Council requested the Secretary-General to keep it informed, every six months, of the activities of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNERAC). It contains an account of the main political and security developments in Central Africa since the last report, dated 26 November 2021 ( S/2021/975 ), as well as an update on the situation in the Lake Chad Basin, as requested by the Council in its resolution 2349 (2017) .

II. Main developments in the Central African subregion

A. Trends and developments in politics, peace and security

2. During the reporting period, several countries in the subregion have started preparations for elections to be held in 2022 and 2023. To date, the risk of electoral violence appears to be limited in most countries. While the peaceful transfer of power in São Tomé and Príncipe shows opportunities to consolidate democratic gains in future electoral cycles, in other countries there is a shrinking political space. The socioeconomic impact of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic and war in Ukraine has fueled public frustration. Most countries have recently lifted COVID-19 restrictions, but remain on the verge of a relapse, particularly given generally low vaccination rates.

3. The period under review was marked by the continuation of the political transition in Chad and the progress of political dialogue in the Central African Republic. In Chad, the inclusive national dialogue, which represents a key step in the roadmap for the transition process, was initially scheduled to take place on May 10 but was postponed to allow for pre-dialogue between the transitional authorities and political groups. -military, which is being held in Doha, to produce results. In the Central African Republic, the republican dialogue, which took place from March 21 to 27, saw the withdrawal of certain members of the opposition. However, it offered a place for debate to socio-political actors and local Central African representatives, who were able to discuss issues relating to peace and security, political governance,

4. The region continued to be subject to multidimensional threats to border security. Inter-communal violence has increased, including conflicts between farmers and herders and herders and fishermen in the Lake Chad basin. In the North West and South West regions of Cameroon, prospects for dialogue have not materialized and violence has persisted.

5. The Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) continued its institutional reform and the implementation of its strategic priorities for the period 2021-2025, particularly in terms of peace and security. In Brazzaville, on January 19, it held the twentieth ordinary session of the Conference of Heads of State and Government, during which important steps were taken to strengthen its peace and security architecture, in particular by establishment of a committee of elders and the creation of a network of mediators in Central Africa. The leaders of the Community have decided to redouble their efforts to try to provide a response to the multidimensional aspect of the evolution of security conditions in the sub-region.

Source: UN Security Council

ROSEN, GLOBAL INVESTOR COUNSEL, Encourages CareDx, Inc. Investors With Losses to Secure Counsel Before Important Deadline in Securities Class Action – CDNA

NEW YORK, June 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — WHY: Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, reminds purchasers of the securities of CareDx, Inc. (NASDAQ: CDNA) between February 24, 2021 and May 5, 2022, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”), of the important July 22, 2022 lead plaintiff deadline.

SO WHAT: If you purchased CareDx securities during the Class Period you may be entitled to compensation without payment of any out of pocket fees or costs through a contingency fee arrangement.

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