The capital of Burundi, Bujumbura, recently came under heavy attack by unknown forces. The action prompted observers to say President Pierre Nkurunziza should make a peace deal with the rebel group known as the Forces for National Liberation (FNL) in the shortest possible time. Observers said such a deal would bring peace to the country, which they say has already devastated by war. Karenga Ramadan is the minister of information and government spokesman. From Bujumbura, he talks to English to Africa reporter Peter Clottey about the attacks.