The inhabitants of the Batahola Sur neighborhood celebrated as a family the construction of 3 new blocks of streets, which were paved by the Calles para el Pueblo Program, with an investment of 1.02 million córdobas and directly benefits 350 protagonists.
Reyna Rueda Alvarado, Mayor of Managua, upon handing over the road work to the protagonists, explained that with this project the neighborhood reaches 95 percent of its paved streets and that at the municipal level the Streets for the People Program begins the week with an advance 83 percent, with 810 blocks served.
"We are very happy, it fills us with a lot of emotion and enthusiasm, but above all with a lot of commitment from our work team, from our Mayor's Office of Citizen Power, said Commander Daniel and our Vice President Compañera Rosario, here in Nicaragua the people are president and mayor, today we see how families overflow to celebrate”, reiterated Rueda.
Yessenia Vanegas, a resident of Batahola Sur, shared with the community the joy of having paved streets, since now they will be able to circulate in decent conditions.
“Our joy is something that cannot be described, I came here for 10 years and since our President Daniel came to power the transformation of the neighborhoods is incredible, Batahola Sur is not compared to the past, now we have luminaries, we no longer we have streets full of puddles and the garbage truck enters everywhere and those who have sales in their homes, the delivery trucks can visit them and this development is nationwide”.
Batahola Sur has a total population of 4,951 inhabitants and since 2013 the Municipality has invested 18,647,840 cordobas in different projects.