20 November 2012

Ethiopia: Holeta Residents Vow to Relaize Meles Vision

Holeta — Employees of Holeta town adminstration employees and residents said they would be committed to realize vision of the late Prime Minister Meles Zenawi. A three-day meeting held on evaluating previous year performance and on the need to renew their commitment to realize Meles vision was concluded on Sunday.

Town Deputy Mayor Gonfa Anbasa said organizing and mobilizing development teams in all aspects would be given due attention to succeed his administration's plan.

He said employees and residents of the town have an unparalleled inspiration to implement the 2005 E.C plan set to finalize development projects pioneered by Meles. In this regard,participants of the meeting have once again decided to give their one month salary for the Grand Renaissance Dam.

As part of the plan, Holeta town administration has prepared 90 hectares of land readied for investment,Gonfa said.

Holeta town administration Communication Office head Muleta Dakaru on his part said that the town has made tremendous changes after the engagement of 22 companies in floriculture development in its environs.

In addition to the extensive infrastructural development that came with floriculture development, the town administration is working aggressively to construct feeder roads, ditches and related activities,he added.

He also said that situated at 29 kilometers from the capital, Holeta is known for its ideal condition for living and investment, according to Holeta Town Administration Communication Office.

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