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Bigirimana Reunites Wrangling Youth Council Factions

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Reliable sources at the Ministry said the members on the National Executive Committee (NEC) were not seeing eye to eye over conflicts over money and power.

The NEC chairman was also at loggerheads with the General Secretary.

However, late last week, Bigirimana managed to bring the rival camps to a round table where they agreed to reconcile, discard their differences and work together for the good of the Council and the youth it leads.

“I observed that there was some level of trust in what was agreed and this need to be followed up closely. No doubt there is light at the end of the tunnel if those recommendations are followed through,” said a source.

“We should build on what was achieved in that meeting by ensuring that cohesion remains.”

Observers say the end of the bickering among the youth leaders is a big achievement for Bigirimana who has been at the Ministry for a few weeks and a huge step forward for government in ensuring effective coordination of youth-based projects.

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