Residential land plots distributed based on tiesa land tenure system in the villages of Amadr and Deki-Tsun’a
Residential land plots were distributed to 420 natives based on tiesa land tenure system in Amadr and Deki-Tsun’a villages, Debarwa sub-zone, on the 3rd and 4th of June. Debarwa, 5 June 2012 – Residential land plots were distributed to 420 natives based on tiesa land tenure system in Amadr and Deki-Tsun’a villages, Debarwa sub-zone, on the 3rd and 4th of June.
Mr. Gidei Estifanos, head of administration and finance in the sub-zonal Administration, said that endeavors have been exerted to ensure orderly distribution of tiesa land to all natives of the locality who fulfilled their national obligations.
One of the inhabitants of Amadr, Ms. Shashu Berhe, expressed satisfaction with the land plot she has obtained.
Mr. Yemane Kesete, an Engineer in the locality, explained that the task involved tête-à-tête discussion between tiesa land distribution committees and experts, and that areas which are not suitable for agriculture were selected for residential purpose. He further indicated that each land plot comprises an area of 25 by15 square meters.
Mr. Bereket Gile, head of the Land, Water and Environment Ministry’s branch in the sub-zone, indicated that a total of 653 tiesa land plots were distributed in the local villages of Adeketekula, Ashaba, Adibus, Amadr and Deki-Tsun’a over the past 6 months.