This first of July, the date in which the memory and memory of the Three-time World Champion Alexis Argüello is honored, the municipal authorities and Mrs. Karla Rizo, wife of the people's champion, paid tribute to the Nicaraguan legend on the eleventh anniversary of his transition to the immortality in the Plazas de las Victorias.
From the monument dedicated to the Knight of the Ring, the Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda, the Vice Mayor Enrique Armas, the Secretary of the Capital Council Jennifer Porras, his wife Karla Rizo and the youngest son of the Three-time World Champion, Andrés Alexis Argüello, laid a wreath.
Mayor Reyna Rueda explained that eleven years after Alexis's departure, the Commune continues to work to make their dreams come true.
“Eleven years of his physical departure, but Alexis is present in each of the purposes we have, Alexis is present in each of the crowns that our champions win, Alexis is present in each of the projects that we inaugurate, on each field Alexis is still present in each park ”, highlighted the Mayor.
Vice Mayor Enrique Armas highlighted the commitment of the Central Government and the Municipality to honor the memory of that great fighter, who conquered the hearts of his people by promoting peace and reconciliation.
“In each crown, in each world championship that is won, in each sporting achievement like that first place in the baseball world premier, like those five crowns that El Chocolate has won, like those two crowns achieved by the champions Félix and René Alvarado, Alexis is in all those victories, in all those championships, Alexis is in all those successful projects of the Mayor's Office and the Government, ”said Armas.
Mrs. Karla Rizo thanked the Commune, President Daniel Ortega, Vice President Rosario Murillo, for keeping alive and exalting the memory of Alexis, when supporting youth to achieve new triumphs.
“In each neighborhood where a kid is champion or is victorious, in each discipline of any sport there is Alexis and Commander Daniel at all times after eleven years, he has fulfilled Alexis's dreams, he dreamed of a sports citadel, where the kids could practice some sport and thus get out of poverty, "said Rizo.[vc_images_carousel images=”31425,31426,31427,31428,31429,31430,31431,31432,31433,31434,31435,31436,31437,31438,31439,31440,31441,31442,31423,31424″ img_size=”large”][vc_video link=”https://www.facebook.com/managua.gob.ni/videos/2686241551621037/”]