Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, inaugurated various projects in Akaki Kaliti and Lemi Kura sub-cities that will benefit sustainable development farmers.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, inaugurated the Gobena Buta, Abebe Tufa Primary Schools and First Phase Farmers Rehabilitation Center in Akaki Kaliti and Lemi Kura sub-cities.
Deputy Mayor, Adanech Abebe, Addis Ababa City Council Speaker, Zerfeshwal Nikuse, and Deputy Mayor, Tiratu Beyene, laid the foundation stone for the expansion of the Agricultural Rehabilitation Center.
According to Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebe, the city administration is working to increase the social and economic benefits of farmers in the city.
According to Adanech Abebe, farmers and farmers who have been displaced from their lands in the name of development are facing the worst problems in the society.
Given the opportunity, we must work to ensure that students learn properly and change the country; With the current power of change, the expansion of the city will be an opportunity for farmers, not a threat. That’s history, “he said.
Adanech Abebe said the project is a fruit of the struggle and has started to benefit the farmers.
According to the deputy mayor, the city’s farmers should take advantage of the opportunity to work hard to ensure Ethiopia’s prosperity.
He also said that the farmers, who have paid a high price for the change, have played a key role in making this year’s election peaceful. In this regard, Ms. Adanech Abebe conveyed her message to keep the environment vigilant.
The Gobena Buta Primary School, built with the support and supervision of the city administration, cost 49.4 million birr and includes two modern 4-storey buildings, classrooms and dining halls located on 561.3 square meters.
Abebe Tufa Primary School has classrooms and dining halls at the same cost of 51 million birr.
Addis Ababa City Farmers and Urban Development Commission Commissioner, Officer Lenjisa, said the 14-hectare livestock rehabilitation center is located on 14 hectares of land.
The commissioner said the first phase of the Farmers’ Rehabilitation Center was built with more than 48 shops, 1.4 km of internal roads and 9 fattening sheds.