The 17th Dzüleke Citizens’ Day was celebrated on Wednesday at Dzüleke village council hall with additional secretary, Labour & Employment Skill Development Entrepreneurship (L&ESDE) Kovi Meyase, as the special guest. In his address, Meyase remarked on the rich flora and fauna of the village and suggested that more conservative efforts were needed to keep it for posterity. While urging the village people to continue in their endeavour to protect and preserve the village areas, Meyase said protecting the environment was a global issue faced by people from all part of the world. He observed that the village should also increase in its efforts to produce and market more of its organic vegetables produces. Meanwhile, he advised the younger folks and youths to follow the good habits of respecting their elders, seek their blessings, listen to their guidance and wisdom.
Dzüleke Citizens’ Day celebrated