10 July 2012

Eritrea: New Graduates From the EIT Express Readiness to Back Up National Development Program

Asmara — New graduates from the Eritrean Institute of Technology (EIT) expressed readiness to back up national development programs. They also said that they would work hard to supplement the knowledge they have acquired with experience.

Among the graduates, Samuel Woldemichael and Gebrehiwet Tekle, commended the educational opportunity accorded them at government expense, and said that they would serve the people with dedication. Ali Mekhnun on his part asserted that they would raise participation in the nation-building endeavors.

Mr. Woldemichael Tesfai and Ms. Alganesh Afwerki, parents of the graduates, indicated that they would play due role in enhancing the production capacity of the graduates in their respective careers.

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