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Three days of School Fair in the Israel Lewites market

With great enthusiasm, the merchants of the Israel Lewites Market continue with the school discount fair starting on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, always with solidarity prices on meats, dairy products, fruits, vegetables and basic basket products.

The School Fair has been a success in the 8 markets of Managua, where families have purchased all the items for the return to school at good prices and this weekend they will extend the discounts, this was reported on the morning of this Friday, April 27. January, Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, who toured the different sections.

“We are on our weekend tour, here in the Israel Lewites market where we have the School Fair, classes have already started, the boys received the list of notebooks, books and parents come to the capital markets to buy at better price, there will be uniforms at favorable prices, pants, shirts, shoes and backpacks”, said Armas.

Waiting for the Nicaraguan families are the merchants, who stated that they will be served at this fair from 7 in the morning to 5 in the afternoon, as reported by Estela Orozco, "we have the skirts on sale at 230 córdobas, the Bondi shirts and divers at 150 córdobas, pants depending on the size at 230, 250 córdobas, we invite all the families to come to the fair, we are giving good prices”.

For her part, the administrative director of the Municipal Corporation of Managua Markets (COMMEMA), Rosa María Lazo, shared that improvements are currently being made in this Israel Lewites market in the meat and seafood shed, for this year 4 will be executed projects and at the level of the 8 markets of Managua there will be an investment of more than 120 million córdobas between major and minor works, inter-institutional coordination is maintained, to provide the safety of visitors.

 

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