The students of the Yankadi private school complex in the city of Fada N'gourma, as part of their activities called "The 72 hours of Yankadi" visited on June 1, 2023, the Regional Council of the East, in order to find out how it works.
After 9 months of educational activities, the students of the Yankadi private school complex in the city of Fada N'gourma organized a visit to the Regional Council, as part of their activities called "The 72 hours of Yankadi".
The students accompanied by their supervisors were welcomed to the premises of this institution on Thursday, June 1, 2023, by the first vice-president of the special delegation of the Eastern Regional Council, Yempabou Noël Combary.
This visit allowed future citizens to understand the functioning and attributions of the Eastern Regional Council.
Mr. Combary explained the various achievements and areas of intervention of the regional institution to the students.
Under the achievements, he made case of the construction of an R + 1 building to increase the reception capacity at Diaba Lompo high school, the construction of rural tracks in the municipalities and health training.
According to the vice-president of the special delegation, their institution is working to alleviate the suffering of the populations of the 27 municipalities of the Eastern region through investments in areas such as health, agriculture, livestock and education. .
Yempabou Noël Combary specified that the financial resources of the Regional Council come mainly from the Burkinabé State but also from partners and tax collections.
To this end, the students of the Yankadi private school complex proved to their host, that they learned at school, knowledge of the Regional Council.
Thus, through theatrical performances, traditional dances, ballets, poems, these children conveyed messages of peace, social cohesion and solidarity.
Through a theatrical play, the students paid tribute to the Defense and Security Forces (FDS) who make multiple efforts, at the risk of their lives, in the reconquest of the national territory.
The students also spoke of the need to live together, through a playback of songs by Floby and Mariah Bissongo.
The first vice-president of the special delegation of the Eastern Regional Council praised the talents of the students before urging them to appropriate cardinal values such as living together, social cohesion, integrity and solidarity. .
Source: Burkina Information Agency