Prime Minister visits a number of development and reconstruction projects in the state of South Darfur
Prime Minister Mutaz Mousi Abdullah inspected Monday 19 November 2018 at the end of his visit to the State of South Darfur, which he initiated with the opening of the national school course. 28 A number of development and reconstruction projects were inspected in the state.
The Minister of State for Information, Communication and Information Technology, Mr. Mamoun Hassan Ibrahim, said in a press statement that the Prime Minister and the delegation accompanying him to ensure the completion of work at the new power station Nyala, which will be opened by the Marshal Omar al-Bashir the President of the Republic during the coming period, The Nyala Olympic Stadium, which has a capacity of (25) thousand spectators as a first stage and work is in the completion of the second phase.
Noting that the Prime Minister and his delegation also visited the National Fund for Medical Supplies in the state of South Darfur, where he assured the volume of medical supplies in the state, noting that the Prime Minister also reassured the completion of work in the space of South Darfur as part of the expansion of the media message, especially that space will contribute to reverse The various activities of the national school activities as well as the reversal of the activities of the five states of Darfur, adding that the Prime Minister to stop the functioning of the city of Al-Bashir Sports, which represents an important complement to the infrastructure linked to sports and cultural work in the state.
It is worth mentioning that the Prime Minister's visit to a number of development projects was accompanied by the Ministers of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers, Higher Education, Scientific Research, Education, Culture, Antiquities and Tourism, a number of Governors, the Minister of State in the Council of Ministers, / Ibrahim Adam, and the Secretary General of the Supreme Council for Youth and Sports Ambassador Muawiya Othman Khalid.