July 03 2018 06:06 p
(Reuters) - A free entertainment city for orphans and the poor in Najaf has been opened, Reuters reported.
"Iraqi children in the city of Najaf are finding fun and entertainment at discounted prices or free of charge in a recreational city recently opened by a local resident," Reuters said in its news.
According to the owner of the park, Jawad al-Shayeb, "entry and parking are free, while games and other services, including food and beverages, are offered at nominal prices."
"We are always pushing the owners of ice cream shops and stalls to lower prices, and even the prices of the games are very low," he said, referring to the salaries of workers no more".
Al-Shayeb added that he pays for services and games "on behalf of orphaned children, children of prisoners and victims of war".
"The amusement park is open to all the people of Iraq," he said, "Orphans, sons of prisoners, children of those killed in the war, waves of violence and children of the poor can play on my account."
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