Burundi Fifth to Eleventh Century AD: Bahutto agricultural experts migrate to the region and dominate indigeno us tribal groups, including the wallets. Fourth to Eighteenth Century AD: Tuskegee Breeders arrive. The first one is Baniarovoro from the north. Later, in the 17th and 18th centuries, the Bahema group came from the East.
1858 Richard Burton and John Henning Speck discovered the river Rosie. 1885 King Leopold of Belgium claimed the Congo region. Rwanda and Burundi became part of German East Africa.
1892 Oscar Bowman explores northern and central Burundi.
1898-1903 German troops invaded Museo Gisabu and, recognizing Germany’s authority, forced it to sign the Caganda Agreement on May 24, 1903.
1907 First Protestant mission was laid.
Germany has 1910 borders between East Africa, Belgian Congo and British East Africa.
In 1919 Belgium received a mandate from the Allied Supreme Council on Rwanda and Oundi.
1922 The League of Nations gives Belgium a mandate over Rwanda-Arundi, which it accepts in 1924.
1928 – 29 diseases destroy Burundi.
1934 An enormous uprising suppressed in Ndora.
1946 The UN General Assembly approves the proposal to make Rwanda and Wundi the territory of Belgian confidence.
The Progressive Democratic Movement, a political organization, has been denied legal status.
1959 A serious outbreak of violence erupts in Rwanda between the Bhutu and the Batosi. Thousands of Betsy fled to Burundi, escalating ethnic tensions there.
The UP Aruna (Unit and Progress National Party), founded by Ravagasore in January 1960, is officially registered. UPRONA held its Congress in March and demanded independence by December. Burundi is in the midst of a political awakening. More than 20 political parties were formed and a temporary commission replaced the High Council of the country.
In January 1961, a Bhutto coup was organized in Rwanda and a Republican government was formed. In April, the United Nations declared the 1960 elections invalidated by the Belgian-based local organizations. During September,
Elections are monitored by the United Nations. UP Aruna won 58 of the 64 National Assembly seats, half of which went to outside representatives. Raggasore was elected prime minister. On October 13, Ragassoor was killed. One Batusi, Ganawa Ander Mahrova, has been appointed prime minister, but he remains a weak leader.
1962 On June 20, the UN General Assembly voted to allow Rwanda and Wondi to become two independent nations. Rwanda is to become a republic headed by Bahutas, while Burundi has to maintain a formal head of state known as the Moumi.
And dominated by biopsies. Independence was announced on July 1, with Mami Mambutasa being made head of state and prime minister. A trial of the Raggasore killers is under way in November and five UPRONA opponents have been found guilty of the crime.
1963 The execution of the Raggasor killers took place on January 15. UP Aruna is rapidly divided into two ethnic groups, the Batusi and the Bahutu.
In March 1964, unidentified persons were circulated in Nagosi, announcing the resolution of Moumi to oust four members of the cabinet, all of them Ba’atho. On March 31, Miami sacked all four ministers and called on Prime Minister Perry Njendamovi to form a new government.
This government failed and Nintendom resigned. A new government has been formed, led by Prime Minister Albin Neumaya. On August 17, the Foreign Minister of Burundi held the UN Secretary General of the Organization of African Unions (OAU) and
Letting them know that the relationship between Rwanda and Burundi is “very stressful.” On September 8, the two governments will hold a protest in connection with the alleged violations of the border. On November 13, Prime Minister Albin sent a protest to the prime minister of Zaire, citing offensive actions against his country.