The government has contracted Fedo Private Limited to develop an Islamic Centre in Addu City. The signing ceremony held at the Secretariat of the Addu City Council was attended by Vice President Faisal Naseem. He also visited the land plot designated for the project
The Islamic Centre would feature a prayer area to accommodate 1,500 people, a multi-purpose hall with seating for 450 people, four classrooms, two seminar rooms, an administrative office, an Islamic library, and a pantry.
Vice President Naseem arrived in Addu on a one-day. He visited the Addu Equatorial Hospital (AEH) and met with senior executives of the hospital. At the meeting, the officials shared with him the progress of the administration’s efforts to enhance healthcare services at the hospital. They also shared their pertinent needs, including additional human resources, services, and other resources.
At the meeting, Vice President Naseem stressed the administration’s commitment to developing healthcare services across the country and assured the hospital executives that the administration would work towards addressing their concerns.