25 February 2014

Eritrea: Residents of Godaif Sub-Zone Assert Readiness to Sustain Participation in Construction of New Asphalt Road to Sembel

Asmara — The residents of Godaif sub-zone have asserted readiness to sustain participation in the construction of a new asphalt road linking the area to the Air Force base and Sembel. They made the pledge in connection with a lunch on they hosted in honor of the construction workers engaged in the implementation of the project.

The residents also said that the pot holes along the road have been causing problems in transportation, and expressed satisfaction with the initiative taken by the central administration to re-build it.

Mr. Birhane Girmai, Administrator of the sub-zone, explained that the undertaking is part of the national development programs, and called on the community to enhance participation until the finalization of the project. He also lauded the active communal input being witnessed in the process, and stated that it is the residents' expectation that terminated public transport routes would resume following the finalization of the road's construction.

Ms. Sara Tesfamichael, Managing Director of the Administration of Godaif sub-zone, pointed out that the lunch on attests to the community's gratitude for the putting in place of such facility vis-à-vis its readiness to step up participation thereof.

Mr. Abraha Gebrehiwet, employee of ASBECO Construction Company, disclosed that it has mobilized the necessary manpower and machinery so as to finalize the early implementation of the task, and commended the community's motivational sprit.

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