The Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua transferred 17 families settled in critical points of the capital, to a safer and more dignified place to live, complying with the guidelines of the President, Commander Daniel Ortega Saavedra.
Until this Sunday, October 21, the Municipality had transferred 30 families who lived in critical points, to the Nazaret neighborhood of the Bismarck Martínez program, where a total of 50 families from vulnerable areas of Managua will be located.
During the transfer of the families, comrade Fidel Moreno Briones, Secretary General of the Mayor's Office of Managua, announced that 13 families come from the Frawley district 3, who lived in vulnerable areas; 5 families from the Enrique Smith neighborhood, who lived in a category A critical point, which was eliminated with this relocation; Also, 12 families out of 14, who live in an area with risk factors in the Laureles Norte neighborhood, were transferred.
In the same way, he expressed that they are in communication with the families that live in Villa Holanda and one that lives in the El Morro community, with which the 50 families that correspond to the first project of the Bismarck Martínez program would be completed.
Among the relocated families, was Mrs. María Eugenia Lezama, who was very happy and excited about the delivery of her plot of land, where she began to build her humble home and thanked the Good Government for this relocation to a safe place and more worthy to live with your family.