Having come to Djibouti over 22 years ago, Zhang has managed to complete several public buildings through his construction company called “Dji-Fu.”

Some of his accomplishments include the Djibouti Central Bank building, Balbala estate within the Djibouti capital which has 55 housing units, a new Presidential Palace as well as 642 housing units dubbed Hodan 2, on the outskirts of the capital.

“Zhang has left an architectural mark in Djibouti town,” the prime minister said during the ceremony.

He said Zhang’s accomplishments had henceforth established an urban architectural heritage in his country.

Zhang thanked Djibouti’s prime minister for the honour and said “Djibouti will remain his second home.” Enditem

Source: Xinhua/News Ghana

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