Angola: Art, Culture Fair Represents Continuity of Agostinho Neto Legacy

Luanda — The vice governor of Luanda for political and social sphere, Juvelina Imperial, said Friday that the Art and Culture Fair represents the continuity of António Agostinho Neto legacy.

Luanda vice governor was speaking to the press at the opening of the event opened on 14 and running until 17 September, which coincides with the celebrations of 90th anniversary of the first president of Republic of Angola, António Agostinho Neto.

According to Juvelina Imperial, the activity also represents the message Neto, in his ideals, conveys to the Angolan people.

She stated that the government of Luanda has been working on cultural education of population.

The official stressed that this is an evidence of efforts inserted by Luanda government so that the youth could learn more on the Agostinho Neto deeds.

The Fair counts on displaying of books, arts, autograph sessions, release and sale of books by the Angolan writers.

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