Angola: Degradation of Infrastructures in Ganda Worries Justice Minister

Ganda — The minister of Justice, Rui Mangueira, manifested Saturday in Ganda Municipality, central Benguela Province, his concern about the current state of degradation of the civil registry office, notary and identification services operating in the region.

According to the government official, the sector's structures are somewhat degraded, primarily services of registration and notary, with the provincial government of Benguela guaranteeing the construction of a Justice Building in Ganda.

The minister also inspected the state of operation of the one-stop shop for entrepreneurs (BUE), whose business continues smoothly.

During his stay in Ganda, the governor held an informal meeting with the local administrator, Caetano Mateus Lopes, to learn about the social, political and economic reality.

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