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Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill Introduced in Nigeria
| Pyongyang, August 31 (KCNA) -- The Nigerian National Committee for the Study of Kimilsungism-Kimjongilism posted on its internet website an article titled "Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill" on August 22.
Noting that Kim Jong Suk Pyongyang Textile Mill sits on the bank of River Taedong in Pyongyang, the article went on:
Anti-Japanese war hero Kim Jong Suk together with President Kim Il Sung visited the mill on October 10, 1948. She said the place of the factory chosen by the President was good and her life-long wishes would be realized when a large textile mill was built to provide people who lived hard life in rags with good clothes.
Her noble wishes were realized thanks to the wise leadership of the President and Chairman of the National Defence Commission Kim Jong Il.
The textile mill has turned into a large general textile mill which is equipped with modern facilities as required by the IT era and capable of producing diverse kinds of quality cloths.
Supreme leader Kim Jong Un visited the mill in October of 2013 and said that it is the intention of the Workers' Party of Korea to fit the mill with high-speed equipment and modernize the production processes at a high level to produce quality cloths of various kinds.
He made sure that a new workers' hostel was built to provide the workers of the mill with excellent living conditions as befitting a highly civilized socialist country.
The workers' hostel of the mill was thus built in a short span of time. It has bedrooms, a bathroom, beauty salon, shop, clinic, library and other service facilities and even a park where the hostellers may rest and enjoy amusement games and sports games freely.
A banquet for workers was splendidly given at the hostel to celebrate May Day.
The workers of the textile mill are making fresh innovations in cloth production in high spirit to bring into reality the noble wishes of Kim Jong Suk.
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