Burundi: Does President Evariste Ndayishimiye have the will and the capacity to stop the illicit trafficking of human beings?

Burundi: Does President Evariste Ndayishimiye have the will and the capacity to stop the illicit trafficking of human beings?
The answer is NO straight away. Because if he had the will, he already would have done it. Assuming he had some and other big fish were blocking his way for their sake, he would have already dismissed them or he would have already resigned. It’s not that hard for an honest and serious man who doesn’t content with good speeches without concrete actions.
What is happening in our country goes beyond what is acceptable. People wonder if there is an authority in Burundi who is responsible for coordinating government action or if everyone is doing what they want; provided he is an influential member of cnddfdd. You only have to analyse the facts to see that there is no captain on the ship.
The most recent scandal is that of these 83 Burundian women arrested at Nairobi airport in Kenya as they were about to board the plane to Arab countries. They were embarked on February 24, 2021 in vehicles to return them to their native country, Burundi. They were accompanied by Kenyan police and a representative of the Burundi embassy in Kenya to Kobero in Muyinga, on the border between Burundi and Tanzania. 39 other Burundians, men and women, were reportedly arrested by the Tanzanian police on February 4, 2021 in Kabanga in the Ngara district of Tanzania. They would have entered this country illegally; from which they planned to travel easily to Arab countries. They did not have the chance to return to Burundi. They were reportedly presented by the police to the Tanzanian courts which risk, if there is no intervention by the Burundian authorities, of being tried and imprisoned for incursion and movement in the country without any authorization.
We remind you that after the reopening of Bujumbura airport, 130 Burundians were embarked on December 18, 2020 to Arab countries. Among them, 20 were among 101 women who were arrested in Buterere by police on December 14, 2020. Moise Nkurunziza, deputy police spokesman, said the police had dismantled the human trafficking network. Some of the 83 women who were just arrested in Nairobi were among 101 who were arrested by police in Buterere on December 14, 2020.
The NGO  » Where is your brother  » says that since 2018, 740 Burundians have been sold in Arab countries and Focode adds that each woman must pay US $ 300 before boarding and at some point at least 100 women were leaving every day.
Human trafficking appears to be the fastest growing business in the world. That’s why some cnddfdd leaders build floors every year, buy brand new vehicles, and now see themselves as little gods who get whoever they want and when they want to be killed. It is the blood of the Burundians that they sell. This is why it becomes impossible to dismantle this network of prohibited human trafficking around the world. In an attempt to cover this package, Reverien Ndikuriyo, then president of the Senate, said last year, forthwith, that it is necessary rather to regulate this trade and that he did not understand why the authorities of the time were slow to put in place the rules that govern it. It was just words that flew around the room.
Attempts to dismantle these networks have been multiplied, but there has always been a very powerful arm that has always blocked these initiatives. Some sources point to the long arm of the Prime Minister, Marshal Allain Guillaume Bunyoni, long in charge of security. His current position allows him to continue this trade, together with his team, especially since Evariste Ndayishimiye has no power over them to prevent them. No matter how well-intentioned he is, he’ll never act if he doesn’t want to crash with his presidential chair.
The people sold think they will find fulfilling work and earn a lot of money to send to their families, but many of them are used as objects by buyers because they are not governed by any law. Some women are used as sex objects until they are delivered to their Masters’ dogs; other people are having certain organs taken away and sold to those in need. The lucky ones do domestic work, but are deprived of all outside communication; their passports are withdrawn from them on the first day and kept by the employers. Impossible to escape.
URN HITAMWONEZA finds that all that remains are for the international community to take sanctions against Gitega’s power to stop this kind of illegal trafficking; otherwise, with the lure of money from cnddfdd leaders and the lack of responsible and patriotic leaders, Burundi risks being emptied of all its sons and daughters, sold by these outlaws. And the great responsibility rests on the shoulders of the Burundians themselves who must do everything to get rid of these leaders as quickly as possible, otherwise tomorrow may be too late.

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