Egypt: The Minister of Youth and Sports, Ashraf Sobhy and the Major General and Governor of Kafr El-Sheikh, Jamal Nouruddin, have recently inaugurated the development of the Arimon Youth Centre and Khademiya Youth Centre.
Minister Ashraf Sobhy stated that the inaugural event was held on the sidelines of his visit on Tuesday to youth and sports facilities in Kafr El Sheikh Governorate.
As per the updates, the tour began with the opening of the headquarters of the Arimon Youth Center, checking out some activities held at the centre, including “karate, table tennis, kung fu, gym,” sports, followed by the opening of the development of the seventh stadium at the Khadmeya Youth Center amid the presence of the centre’s youth and youth members.
During the event, the Minister of Youth and Sports, Ashraf Sobhy, also emphasized the uniqueness of the Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate youth centres and the diversity of activities and programs carried out inside them.
He further added that the attention to permanently develop them in accordance with the needs of youth and members, referring to the periodic follow-up by the concerned ministry in coordination with the Directorate of Youth and Sports in Kafr El Sheikh to all youth centres of the governorate to make sure that it is rolling to the fullest.
Moreover, Minister Ashraf Sobhy also drew attention to the development of the administration of youth centres at the level of all governorates besides developing their infrastructure. He also stated that the development also comes in the light of achieving the vision and strategy of the ministry to make youth centres integrated service centres serving the surrounding communities.
During the end of the tour, the minister was accompanied by a group of honourable deputies and several executive leaders in Kafr El-Sheikh Governorate from the Ministry of Youth and Sports, Major General Ismail Alfar, Head of the Youth Sector, Dr Ashraf Al-Bajramai.
Along with the Head of the Central Management of Facilities, Dr Mohamed Abdul Qadir, Head of Central Management of Youth Centres, and Dr Alaa Jaballah, General Director of Communication Politician.