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Mai Jah Jah Fountain in Asmara is Under Renovation


Asmara's Mai Jah Jah Fountain is receiving renovation worth US$532,000 


Mai Jah Jah Fountain in Asmara is Under Renovation 

In line with the government's ongoing efforts to refurbish parts of Asmara, state media disclosed Asmara's Mai Jah Jah Fountain and its environs are being renovated at a cost of more than 8 million Nakfa (US$532,000).

According to Abraham Haile, Administrator of Geza-Banda sub-zone, construction of walls, installation of electricity, water and other lines has already been completed. He added the placement of public toilets, water reservoir and other amenities are underway.

In an effort to make the site green, the coordinator of the project, Yosef Tewolde, said a number of trees and flowers would be planted in the area along with the erecting of park seats, solar energy-powered light poles and other decorations.

Similarly, in December, a community recreational center costing 6 million Nakfa was constructed in the Gejeret Administrative area of Asmara, while a park in the Edaga-Hamus sub-zone of the city received renovations costing 5.5 million Nakfa.

The Gejeret recreational center features a new water fountain, park seats, solar powered light poles, landscaping and public restrooms, while the Edaga-Hamus park included similar amenities, and is slated to receive a cafeteria and a public restroom.

Renovation of Mai Jah Jah is underway:



Gejeret Community Recreational Center in Asmara:


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4 comments:

  1. this is a wonderfull news.... i hope our government also make Hazhaz the Red Pyramid (embagaliano) some kind of park with trees planted and a cafe, as i'm sure you know it has one of the best views of the whole Asmera.. kind of 2nd Cherhi Recreation Center

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  2. Asmarino's turn has arrived.

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  3. If we start to talk about maintenance then we have things to do for example in Asmara, just to mention some, the old colonial era buildings, all the roof cover made by metal sheet which is not healthy actualy as a building material except is cheap, ect..I think the government will give it time, once he accomplish the main priorities, health, school, agriculture ect..And that is a quite big programe

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  4. I hope this inspires the leadership to restore Asmera's old buildings.

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