22 January 2013

Eritrea: Youth Teachers Told to Enhance Role in State Affairs

Asmara — Mr. Sultan Seid, Chairman of the National Union of Eritrean Youths and Students (NUEYS), called on youth teachers to enhance their role in State affairs.

He made the call at a meeting conducted in the Central region to this end, during which it was stated that the norm of hard work is a vital prerequisite for societal development, thus giving rise to the need for unremitting endeavors in human resource development, especially targeting youths.

Mr. Sultan also disclosed that the Union would step up efforts in this regard. Mr. Hager Ganzai, Chairman of the Union's branch in the Central region, on his part called on the participants of the meeting to play due role in endeavors towards nurturing higher student awareness regarding national and cultural issues.

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