5 May 2012

Angola: Vice-Minister of Interior Works in Benguela

Benguela — The Vice-minister of Interior for Civil Protection and Fire Services, Eugénio Laborinho, is paying since Thursday a working visit to the central Benguela province, under the control and concert programmes of the sector, angop learnt on Friday.

Before arriving in Benguela district, the official checked the construction works of road accidents deployment post in Canjala commune in Lobito municipality.

In Benguela city, Eugénio Laborinho was received by the vice governor for political and social affairs, Eliseu Epalanga and then he visited the construction works of the future regional fire services school in Baía-Farta district.

According to his agenda, the official will hand over essential goods to the provincial delegation of fire services for the local population to face droughts that affecting the region.

Speaking to Angop, the Vice-minister said that it is a visit of control, support and concert of programmes outlined in the plans of activities of the Ministry of Interior, in the ambit of the executive programme.

In addition, the official said that it is needed to check what the population of Benguela province is experience in face of the droughts, so as to continue with executive plan, with handing over various tons of products.

Before his return to Luanda on Saturday, the vice-minister will also visit the headquarters of the fire services in the districts of Benguela and Lobito, as well as he will meet the members of the consultative council of the provincial police command.

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