25 July 2018

Eritrea: Monetary Contribution to Martyr's Families

Asmara — Eritrean nationals residing in various countries and that are followers and users of Pal-talk Group "EPLF-PFDJ Vision Room" and active in face book, YouTube and twitter have contributed 44 thousand Dollars (660 thousand Nakfa) to families of martyrs in connection with 20 June, Martyr's Day.

Indicating that the members include nationals residing in Northern America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Israel and were acquainted among themselves through the social media, Mr. Daniel Haile, member of the group and resident of Sweden, said that the support is part of the initiative the group was undertaking to support disadvantaged nationals and families of martyrs.

The Pal-Talk "EPLF-PFDJ Vision Room" has previously provided 11 thousand Dollars to Ms. Askalu Gebremeskel residing in Mai-Habar , 17 thousand Dollars to Mr. Saleh Ahmed a father of five disabled children resident in Mai-Aini sub-zone and 4300 Dollars to augment the martyrs trust fund.

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