Parents of the members of 23rd round of national service expressed pride in their sons and daughters for successfully executing their national duty in the example of their older brothers and sisters.
Sawa, 17 July 2010 – Parents of the members of 23rd round of national service expressed pride in their sons and daughters for successfully executing their national duty in the example of their older brothers and sisters.
Pointing out that the history of the Eritrean people is characterized by unity, commitment and patriotism, Mr. Ma’aruf Mohammed, one of the parents, expressed his pride that his child participated in 23rd round of national service and became part of a proud history.
Another parent, Mr. Yemane Ibrahim on his part said that he considered himself fortunate for taking part in this historical ceremony, and called on youths to fully make use of the created educational opportunity in Sawa Education and Training Center.
Pointing out that Sawa has become a base for all-round development of the country, Ms. Meriam Ibrahim expressed her happiness that her children have been able to become self-supporting.
Similarly, Ms. Rosa Petros from Holland said that the festival provides a great opportunity for Eritreans from inside the country and outside to get together. She also said that it has created conducive grounds for her children to get acquainted with the nation’s development program and take part in the undertaken.
Meanwhile, the 23rd round members of national service also stated that they have been able to strengthen their unity and gain great experience in their social live during their stay in Sawa for one year.
They said that Sawa has been a place where they enhanced their knowledge, were nurtured in discipline, gained experience and strengthened their unity.