Sudan vice-president inaugurates housing project in South Darfur

Sudan’s Second Vice-President, Hasabo Abdelrahman, launched a housing project for the displaced in South Darfur’s Kass on Saturday.
Abdelrahman inaugurated “the first 744 residential plots” in Kass locality where new homes will be erected for the displaced from the area.
After his visits to Kass and neighbouring Shattaia, the vice-president told reporters in the state capital of Nyala that it “is more appropriate for the displaced people to live in new houses and being provided with services than in illegal shelters of ten square metres”.
The South Darfur Minister of Urban Planning, Taha Abdallah, stated that the first phase of the housing project for the displaced in the state includes 25,000 residential units in the localities of Kass, Mershing, and Gireida.