Over 104 families expatriated to Rweru sector in Bugesera district from Mazane and Sharita islands suffer famine rise after a long idleness serving in modern accommodations.
It was unbelievable for them to live in modern house with electricity, fresh water and other efficient materials for their wellbeing but they have now run out all the given food due to lack of works.
Lack of farms is the main problem as men and their wives spend the whole day sitting and sunbathing without job, only waiting for governmental support as some of them told igihe.
“It is sorrowful to find a man and his entire family waking up sunbathing without any job to work, and when we got tired of sitting we join bed,” one citizen said.
Other complains that they were told lies of getting farms. “They told us that they would get us farms to cultivate as others are getting ready for next season, they said to give us 55m of length and 40 of width”.
Rwabuhihi Jean Christophe, Rweru sector executive said that they did not give the whole food fearing mismanagement.
“We avoid giving the whole food fearing mismanagement, if they have run out what they had given; we are going to give them others”. He added that some of them came with crops from their recent farms and they returned for harvesting.
Rweru village has been officially inaugurated on 4 July 2016 by H.E Paul Kagame, and living population complaining over starvation; even if they were guaranteed six months served by government before their self-reliance.
Théogène U @Bwiza.com