The native inhabitants of Akrur, Segeneiti sub-zone, who live at home and abroad constructed a kindergarten at an expenditure of over 3 million Nakfa. Segeneiti, 22 September 2010 – The native inhabitants of Akrur, Segeneiti sub-zone, who live at home and abroad constructed a kindergarten at an expenditure of over 3 million Nakfa.
Speaking at the inauguration ceremony, the director general of social services in the Southern region, Mr. Tesfatsion Girmai, commended the initiative taken by the local inhabitants in building the kindergarten.
The head of the Education Ministry’s branch in the region, Mr. Kaleab Tesfaslasie, said on his part that the newly constructed facility would play due role in expanding educational opportunity and urged parents to send their children to school.
A representative of the native inhabitants of Akrur living abroad said that they are closely following up the Government’s vigorous endeavors of expanding equitable social service in remote areas, and that such a contribution is in line with the commitment to live up to the nation’s expectations.
The Administrator of the sub-zone, Mr. Woldemichael Kidane, indicated that the native inhabitants of Ewanet in the sub-zone also took similar initiative of constructing an elementary school in the locality which is already providing educational opportunity.
Akrur is located 7 Km. east of Segeneiti.