23 September 2012

Angola: Kuando Kubango Governor Hail Country's Dimension in Africa

Menongue — The governor of the eastern Kuando Kubango province, Eusébio de Brito, highlighted on Saturday in Menongue city the country's dimension in Africa with the rehabilitation of over 3000 km of Luanda, Benguela and Moçamedes Railway Companies in ten years.

The official said so to the press after the arrival of the first commercial train of Moçamedes Railways (CFM) in Menongue city from Namibe province, after stopping over on Friday in Lubango city in the southern Huíla province.

According to him, with reconstruction of the three main railways of the country, namely CFL, CFB and CFM, with nearly 3000 kilometres recovered in ten years, it is quite difficult to find African countries with such railway infrastructures of Angola.

He also highlighted the sustainability of architectural level and dimension of the railway stations, having thanked the Angolan executive, led by the President of the Republica, José Eduardo dos Santos.

The official also praised the efforts made by the employees of the Moçâmedes Railways Company and Ministry of Transport in materializing the undertaking in relation to Kuando Kubango province, in particular.

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