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    Aher Distributed Chili Seeds at Morning Ceremony

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    BANDUNG-The morning ceremony at Sate Building's yard in this morning is bit different than usual, Monday (3/27). After the Chief of Ceremony delivered his report, the Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan started the ceremony by distributing chili seeds to employees in the environment of the West Java Province Government. The distribution has been done with giving a chili seed as a symbol to the Head of Regional Work Unit (OPD) in the environment of West Java Province Government.

    Based on the data in Public Relation Bureau and Secretariat Protocol of West Java Province, chili seeds that have been distributed in the first round are 31,000 seeds. From 31,000 seeds, there are 2,121 seeds that has grown and had flowers.

    "It is a continuum of the movement of planting chili since January 2017, to encourage people to fulfil their needs of daily life chili," Aher said in his speech.

    By that movement, as being said by Aher, citizens' needs of chili as herbs are expected not depend on to the markets.

    Besides the employees of West Java Province, chili seeds are handed over to some civil associations and women organizations.

    Aher Distributed Chili Seeds at Morning Ceremony

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    BANDUNG-The morning ceremony at Sate Building's yard in this morning is bit different than usual, Monday (3/27). After the Chief of Ceremony delivered his report, the Governor of West Java, Ahmad Heryawan started the ceremony by distributing chili seeds to employees in the environment of the West Java Province Government. The distribution has been done with giving a chili seed as a symbol to the Head of Regional Work Unit (OPD) in the environment of West Java Province Government.

    Based on the data in Public Relation Bureau and Secretariat Protocol of West Java Province, chili seeds that have been distributed in the first round are 31,000 seeds. From 31,000 seeds, there are 2,121 seeds that has grown and had flowers.

    "It is a continuum of the movement of planting chili since January 2017, to encourage people to fulfil their needs of daily life chili," Aher said in his speech.

    By that movement, as being said by Aher, citizens' needs of chili as herbs are expected not depend on to the markets.

    Besides the employees of West Java Province, chili seeds are handed over to some civil associations and women organizations.

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