The residents of the new Villa Jerusalem Urbanization, accompanied by the authorities of the Managua Mayor's Office and the National Police, inaugurated the new police sub-delegation, which bears the name of Commissioner “Mauricio Aguilar Somarriba”.
The construction of the new police facilities is part of the works carried out by the Municipality, through the "Bismarck Martínez" Program in Villa Jerusalen.
The work has an investment of 14 million 500 thousand córdobas and has the necessary furniture and equipment to meet the demands of at least 20 thousand people.
The Mayor of Managua, Reyna Rueda Alvarado, explained that this project was carried out in conjunction with the National Police, to guarantee the safety of the families that live in this area of the Capital, as directed by President Daniel Ortega and Vice President Rosario Murillo.
Rueda, highlighted that Villa Jerusalen, as part of the Bismarck Martínez housing complex, now has a police station that will guarantee the well-being and safety of its inhabitants
“We continue to work closely with our National Police, for our President, Commander Daniel Ortega and our Vice President, Compañera Rosario, the safety of Nicaraguan families is of vital importance and priority; that is why we proudly acknowledge and warmly appreciate the permanent accompaniment of our National Police, which is always closely present, to work for the community and from the community, ”said the Mayor of the capital.
During the opening ceremony, the General Commissioner, Aldo Sáenz Ulloa, Deputy Director General of the National Police, explained that the new police station bears the name of a great hero of love, who for years worked in the service of justice and citizen security.
"By naming Commissioner Mauricio Aguilar Somarriba, this police sub-delegation (from Villa Jerusalen), we are honoring his memory, his legacy, his commitment that he demonstrated in the 11 years of remaining in our police institution," said the Commissioner Sáenz.
The police unit in its infrastructure has modern equipment, a police patrol and five motorcycles, this project has an investment of 14.5 million córdobas, from both the Mayor's Office of Managua, and the General Budget of the Republic that is assigned to the National Police.[vc_images_carousel images=”38605,38606,38607,38608″ img_size=”large”]