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Youths of Kobo made a history

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The eighth commemoration of the initiation of development of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) has been commended at the task site in Benishangul Gumuz provincial state today.

Present at the festival were Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen, Speaker of the House of Federation, Keria Ibrahim, CEO of Ethiopian Electric Power, Dr. Abrham Belay, and other government authorities and strict pioneers.

Talking on the event, the Deputy Prime Minister highlighted the need to conquer destitution and lift financial security by executing uber projects and carrying out change plans.

The dam is based on the Abay River (Nile) has gone through many good and bad times, nonetheless, because of the relentless endeavors by individuals and the public authority, the task has arrived at a superior status now, he said.

He further expressed that the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is one of the uber projects that show Ethiopia’s obligation to beat neediness backwardness.

He likewise approached the general population to contribute their full energy for harmony, love, and success as opposed to being stayed by minor plans.

State Minister of Water, Irrigation and Energy, Dr. Firehiwot Woldehana, as far as it matters for her said GERD will assist with expanding the power age limit of the nation and empower the territorial force network.

The Government has opened the force area for financial backers, the State Minister said, additionally approaching the general population to proceed with their help until the dam is finished.

President of Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP), Dr. Abrham Belay, said the public authority has joined unique consideration towards satisfying the nation’s need for power, which is right now developing at a twofold digit pace.

When finished, the dam which will have the ability to produce 15, 760gwh of energy every year, would assist more Ethiopians with approaching energy and extend capacity to country regions with no admittance to power.


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