June 28, 2011

Nacfa town registering promising modernization, Say residents

Nacfa, 28 June 2011 – The residents of Nacfa town said that the town, in which bitter wars were carried out for tens of years and where the majority of Eritrean martyrs sacrificed their precious lives, is registering promising modernization thanks to the investment made over the past 20 years.

The residents explained that although the town was completely ravaged by persistent wars, it is now transformed into modern town as a result of the putting in place of service-rendering institutions and infrastructure facilities at substantial government expenditure.

They further indicated that they have become beneficiaries of various social services in the post-independence period, including 19 educational institutions ranging from elementary to secondary level and technical school, as well as health institutions, potable water supply and communications, in addition to a school of social science.

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