New graduates from Hagaz Agricultural Technique School express readiness to back national development programs
New graduates from Hagaz Agricultural Technique School have expressed readiness to back up national development programs.
Hagaz, 2 July 2013 – New graduates from Hagaz Agricultural Technique School have expressed readiness to back up national development programs.
Among the graduates, Mulueberhan Teklai and Jemal Mohammed-Idris asserted that they would focus on career development while serving the people with dedication, and expressed satisfaction with the free educational opportunity accorded them at government expenditure.
Among the participants of the graduation ceremony, Abune Kidanemariam Yebio, Bishop of the Catholic Church in Keren area, and Sheikh Mohammed Omar lauded the extent to which the nation is investing on youths so as to raise their production capacity, and called on the graduating batch to prove competence in their respective careers.
Out of parents, Mr. Mohammed Idris Mohammed, Mr. Teklai Sibhatu, Ms. Tsigeweini Kibreab, Mr. Efrem Sium and Mr. Girmai Estifanos voiced satisfaction with the academic fulfillment of their sons and daughters. They also said that the Government’s prioritized work on human resource development in connection with the sector would result in higher agricultural output.