The Archbishop of Burundi, Most Rev Bernard Ntahoturi will be giving evidence to the UK’s International Development Select Committee in Parliament next week.
The Archbishop, who arrives in the UK on Sunday, will be giving evidence to the Committee’s inquiry into the decision by the UK Government to close the DFID office in Burundi. The UK Government is planning to stop all bilateral development support to Burundi, other than supporting integration to the East Africa Community via Trademark East Africa.
The Archbishop and the Anglican Alliance put in a joint written submission to the Select Committee inquiry. The Select Committee hearing is at 10.30 am on Tuesday, July 5th, and is open to the public.