Hargeisa Mayor Cuts The Ribbon On A New Faras Business Centre

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Faras Business Center
Faras Business Center
Faras Business Center

By Gulaid Dalha

  Hargeisa – Somali Commentator – The long awaited, Faras Business Center officially opened on Saturday. A glitzy ceremonial ribbon across the main entrance of the main building was cut by Hargeisa mayor in a ritual manner.

The mayor of the capital city of SL, Abdirahman Soltelco, along with members  of Hargeisa municipality, local and state leaders, religious clerics, cut the ribbon to declare the Faras Business Center open for all the people of Somaliland.

The owner of the Faras Business Company Mr Abdi Hussied Osman spoke at the ribbon-cutting ceremony and stated that they will provide customers reliable and satisfactory services. “It is my pleasure to show the people of Somaliland that Faras Company created jobs for many of the youths of Somaliland. Faras Business Center will provide supermarket services, spare part services, car decoration, and fuel station which is available in 24 hours a day.”

Mr Abdi Faras, the company’s owner also pointed out that his company will provide the cheapest services in Somaliland. “I promise to all the customers of Faras Business Center that they will get the cheapest services ever seen in the country.”

Following the conclusion of ribbon-cutting time, the mayor of Hargeisa, Abdirahman Soltelco urged the people of Somaliland to join this unique Business Center that will provide quality items and reliable services. “One major thing which made me rejoiced is that the owner of the Faras Business Center opened this great business building from this place. This ameliorates the integration of the people in the capital city.  So we all spur the hard work Mr Abdi Faras he demonstrated. Keep going,” said Abdirahman Mohamoud Aideed Soltelco, mayor of Hargeisa.

Located in the east of Hargeisa, state-of-the-art business center will be part of the highly developing capital city as it is also contributing huge progress towards the city’s infrastructure.

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