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Khartoum (Sudanow) - The chairperson of the Martyr Organization, General retired Mohamed Osman Mohamed Saeed, has stressed his organization will this year implement a number of projects in favor of the beloved ones of the Martyrs.
He said this year’s gathering in memory of the Martyrs will be held in Al Gezira State, central Sudan, in recognition of the role that state has been playing in upholding the values and in commemorating memories of the Martyrs.
In a statement Sudanow magazine general Mohamed Osman said the organization is currently taking care of hundreds of thousands of families of the Martyrs, providing them with some basic services and assisting into implanting income generating projects.
He said the organization is also helping families secure their land plots and in seeing that the families of the martyrs are exempted from some basic services tariff and in excising some taxes.
The chair person of the Martyr organization has commended the role the government has been playing in support of the martyrs and their beloved ones.
Meanwhile the Governor of Al Gezira state, Professor Al Zubair Bashir Taha, said preparations have been completed to host the 19th Martyrs Anniversary Day in his state on the 28th of November
Taha briefed journalists on the various activities that are going to take place during this celebration, including the inauguration of the martyrs housing complex which hosts some 200 houses at a cost of 8 billion Sudanese pounds, the inauguration of a hospital and a number of centers for heart surgery as well as several health centers on this occasion.
The Advisor to the Governor of Al Gezira state, Abdullah Mohamed Ali told Sudanow that there would also be a collective wedding for about 300 couples and securing some 130 jobs for some families among the martyrs’ families.
The Minister for culture in Al Gezira State, professor Ibrahim Al Gorashi said all arrangements have been completed for hosting the event which he predicts would be a memorable one.
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