The inhabitants of Adi-Agama, Areza sub-zone, constructed 4 Km-long dirt road that extends from Adi-Shim’andi to their village. Areza, 26 July 2012 – The inhabitants of Adi-Agama, Areza sub-zone, constructed 4 Km-long dirt road that extends from Adi-Shim’andi to their village.
Mr. Shimondi Mengistu, member of the village’s committee, indicated that the popular undertaking was organized by natives of the village inside the country and abroad, and that the inhabitants of the villages of Geza-Hidru, Adi-Watot, Adebadinkul and Adi-Shim’andi extended a helping hand in the process as they would be beneficiaries of the road.
Among the inhabitants of Adi-Agama, Mr. Medhanie Tekle, Rev. Fisehatsion Hailemichael and Ms. Genet Hadgu pointed out that construction of the road was cherished by the community for long, and that it could eventually be realized thanks to the bold popular participation thus demonstrated.
Mr. Abraham Teklimariam, an inhabitant of Adi-Watot, commended the inhabitants of Adi-Agama for playing exemplary role in organizing such community-based development undertaking, and that they would pursue the task of extending the road to their village.
Mr. Eyasu Gebregziabher from the department of engineering services and project management in the Southern regional Administration said that the task would further target extension of the dirt road to Adebadinkul village which would ultimately involve 9 Km. He further lauded the inhabitants of Adi-Agama for demonstrating active participation in the process, and called on the inhabitants of the vicinity to organize popular undertakings with a view to extending the road to their respective villages.