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Carnival shows staged in connection with Independence Day anniversary depicted youths’ creativity; Administration of Central region

The Administration of the Central region stated that carnival shows staged in connection with the 22nd Independence Day anniversary fully depicted the potential as regards creativity of youths. It made the remark in connection with an assessment meeting conducted yesterday to this end.

Asmara, 17 July 2013 – The Administration of the Central region stated that carnival shows staged in connection with the 22nd Independence Day anniversary fully depicted the potential as regards creativity of youths. It made the remark in connection with an assessment meeting conducted yesterday to this end.

Speaking at the meeting, Mr. Zerit Tewoldebirhan, Managing director of the region, indicated that schools, different institutions and Area administrations played vital role in adding color to the event, besides community banquets. He further pointed out that such great participation attests to the way nationals cherish the momentous Day, and noted the need for conducting community-based festivities of such type in a cost effective manner.

Presenting the report of the rating committee thereof, Mr. Solomon Dirar stated that carnival shows have been witnessing growing significance content and organization-wise from year to year, and lauded the spirit of competition reflected among the Administrative area during the previous event.

The Administrator of the Central region, Mr. Kahsai Gebrehiwet, expressed equally satisfaction with the way the event was marked, especially community and family-wise, and explained that harmony was the major merit in organizing lively carnival shows.

Three Administrative areas were awarded on the occasion for the outstanding shows they staged during the Independence Day anniversary, while the others received certificates of merit.

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