13 November 2012

Angola: National Singer Hails Independence Gains

Cairo — The Angolan singer Selda has recently said in Cairo that the conquest of the country's independence brought great benefits, in all domains, to the Angolan people that was for a long time without freedom, under the Portuguese colonial regime, ANGOP has learnt.

The singer said so to ANGOP during a dinner, in Cairo, hosted by the Angolan embassy, under the commemorations of the 37th anniversary of Angola's independence, marked on November 11, adding that the conquest of independence is an asset for the country's development.

Selda was one of the invited guests in the event, during which she sang songs from her latest compact disc entitled "Morena de Cá".

Meanwhile, under the commemorations of the independence, was held a on Sunday an exhibition on the country's tourism sites, as well as a film on the national reconstruction process.

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