This Monday, March 16, Villa Jerusalen opened its doors to the first hundred leading families of the “Bismarck Martínez” Social Interest Housing Project, hero of love and peace. The beneficiary families received their keys and a certificate that accredits them as owners of their new home.
The delivery ceremony was chaired by the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda, delegate from district seven, Karla Núñez, the Sandinista youth, protagonists of the project and as special guests, the family of comrade Bismarck Martínez (RIP).
Rueda expressed to the benefited families the feeling of joy that overwhelms all the workers of the Commune, who made it possible for that long-awaited day to arrive.
“We are happy and we thank God for giving us the opportunity to share with you his joy, which is also our joy. We are a huge team that is at the service of the families and of all the sisters and brothers who have placed their trust in the Government of President Daniel and Compañera Rosario. In other times, these families did not look at that light. Dreaming was even forbidden, ”said Rueda.
Katya Valeska Ríos Fonseca was one of the hundred protagonists, whose dream of having a home of her own was fulfilled.
“We had moments of anguish and anxiety. Today we are here seeing our dream come true. Our faces are of joy and this is a sign that it is possible to believe, if you can have dreams and hopes, ”said Ríos.
Mirlen Martínez, daughter of Bismarck Martínez, assured that this is a reality for which her father would be happy.
“We are very happy because it really is another victory, always with confidence in our government, which has entrusted the poorest to whom the right to decent housing is restored, who with much effort will have a home as they are. My father wanted it, who always fought for the rights of those most in need ", concluded Mirlen.
Villa Jerusalen, is located in Sabana Grande in district seven, Each of its houses have a monthly cost of forty dollars, the construction area is 54 square meters and inside the houses there are two rooms, a shared bathroom, living room and kitchen.
The Bismarck Martínez housing program will build 50,000 homes nationwide in the coming years, of which 20,000 homes will be delivered in Managua.[vc_images_carousel images=”28548,28547,28546,28545,28550,28549,28560,28551,28555,28554,28557,28553,28552,28558,28559″ img_size=”large”]