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Older adults and people with disabilities receive their auxiliary means at a good time

As a gesture of love and affection towards the elderly and people with disabilities, the Good Government, through the Mayor's Office of the Citizen Power of Managua, delivered auxiliary means to different points of the capital, on the morning of this Wednesday, 01 November.

The delivery was made by Vice Mayor Enrique Armas Rosales, who reported that, month after month, the Good Government makes these deliveries throughout the country.

“In the name of our Commander Daniel and our Companion Rosario, we are giving colleagues from the different districts of the capital, chairs with wheels for better movement, the majority of them are elderly colleagues, colleagues who, due to injuries in the spine, in the knees, injuries to the legs, they cannot move along the sidewalks of their houses and they were needing a chair with wheels, colleagues who, due to their state of health, were also in need of an auxiliary means,” said the capital mayor.

María Elena Calero, a resident of the Santa Rosa neighborhood of District IV, was provided with a chair with wheels. At 82 years old, she finds it difficult to walk. “Now I will be able to move around. I will run to my friends and I know that our “The government is watching out for us, its people.”

Meanwhile, the protagonist Raymunda Carrasco, from the Ducualí neighborhood, thanked the Sandinista Government for this unexpected gift, since for two months she had been left without her means of travel.

“I have a lot to be grateful for, for what they have done for me, I feel very comfortable and calm in my chair with wheels, walking around holding myself with a stick was quite uncomfortable, now I have my chair, starting the month of November well, I go with everything, I thank my Commander Daniel and my Companion Rosario Murillo” expressed Carrasco.

The auxiliary means for this delivery were distributed in the 7 districts of Managua, for a total of 24 chairs with wheels, 10 crutches, 10 canes and 10 lifelines.

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