Nsabimana confirms that pedestrians and even vehicles will start using Salamu-Gitenge road in Burera district by June 2013.
The executive secretary explains that Salamu-Gitenge road connects Kinyababa sector and the neighbouring country Uganda.
Residents of Nyakibaba and Burera residents use this road to attend markets in Uganda, he explains.
Kinyababa trading centre has different infrastructures such as health centre, schools, market among others.
Salamu-Gitenge road will improve cross border business and other activities done in Kinyababa sector.