Sayat Demissie discussed several times why she preferred to stay alone rather than getting married. She is still single for good and that gave her plenty of time to focus on her self as she once said.
Senior administration officials visited Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon, which has created jobs for many residents.
Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon, which began its work in 1991 with a single drum, two seconds, a machine, a hat, and an old tape recorder. He now owns the leading men’s and women’s beauty salon in Dire Dawa and has created more than 106 jobs. The Dire Dawa administration, led by Deputy Mayor Kedir Juhar, visited the beauty salon.
In particular, Mezegebu Leulekal or Nunushe, owner of Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon, said that he has now opened a better beauty salon and created jobs for many of the city’s residents. He also said that the administration should support the idea of creating job opportunities for the youth and the success of these plans.
The Deputy Mayor of Dire Dawa Administration and Head of the Trade, Industry and Investment Bureau, Kedir Juhar, who is also the owner of Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon, said the opening of a three-branch beauty salon in the city should be commended. In addition to the work he is doing, Kedir Juhar said the administration will continue to support him to achieve his goals.
Solomon Yimer, who has been working at Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon for the past 18 years, said that working at the beauty salon has not only made a difference in his life, but has also contributed to the development of the beauty salon. They said they could reach the stage.
According to Solomon Yimer, Meseret Zewdu, who has been working at Wright Men’s and Women’s Beauty Salon for the past five years, is now the manager of the beauty salon. According to Meseret Zewdu, they are doing their part to make the beauty salon a better place and anyone can work harder in their field without neglecting their work.