4 November 2012

Eritrea: Domestic Tourism Expressed Significant to Understand the Ongoing Developmental Activities

Edi — Domestic tourism significant to enable understand the developmental activities and the progress being achieved with the efforts on the part of the Government and people, youths in Tio semi-urban expressed.

Mr. Hassan Ali and Mr. Mohammed Ahmed explained the immense development programs in different parts of the country have brought about in improving the livelihood of citizens and that looking deeply at it gives more satisfaction and motivation to work harder.

Ms. Meriam Ahmed and Ms. Handia Ahmed who said that the new generation should understand the miracle that is being made by today's youths indicated the satisfaction and motivation it gives observing in person the developmental activities. They further expressed that through domestic tourism one could be able to observe all the developmental activities taking place in the country.

Mr. Muktar Hamedo, head of NUEYS of the Central Denkalia sub-zone, explained the importance of organizing domestic tourism in motivating the youths and that programs have been charted through which the youths could have the opportunity to observe developmental activities in the region.

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