3 July 2012

Eritrea: We Would Enhance Endeavors to Back Up National Development Programs, Say New Atei Graduates

Asmara — New graduates from Asmara Teachers Education Institute (ATEI) voiced readiness to back up national development programs. They noted the fact that they made such an achievement at government expense obliges them to serve the people with commitment.

Hana Tesfalidet and Mahmoud Idris, members of the graduating batch, commended the role of teachers and parents in their life, and said that they would play an influential role through their career.

Among the parents of the graduates, Mr. Dawit Gebremichael and Ms. Kedija Abdelwasie, lauded the Government's reputable policy of ensuring social justice.

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