Transitional Council Member Informed on Problems Facing Selet Scheme
Khartoum, Dec. 15 (SUNA) – Member of the Transitional Sovereignty Council, Dr. Abdul-Bagi Abdul-Gadir Al-Zubair, received at the Republican Palace Wednesday a delegation of Selet Agricultural Scheme’s farmers and reviewed the obstacles facing the scheme in the fields of cultivation of crops, raising productive animals, defects in water pumps, the cleaning of water channels and the electricity outages, in addition to security breaches in the area.
The Transitional Sovereignty Council’s member was informed at the meeting on the emergency and future plans to address the problems facing the project, which supports more than 5,000 families and covers an area of more than 17,000 acres and produces many crops in the fields of vegetables, fruits and animal products.
In a press statement, the scheme farmers’ representative, engineer Khalid Hassan Osman, appreciated the concern of the Sovereignty Council’s member with the scheme and the challenges facing it, adding that the Transitional Council’s member has pledged to contact the concerned authorities for solving the problems facing Selet scheme.
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