19 November 2012

Angola: Uije Governor Calls On Youngsters to Take Care of Public Heritage

Uíge — The Provincial Governor of Uije, Paulo Pombolo, on Monday here appealed to the population, mainly the young people, to take care of the public goods that the Government have been making available for them, Angop has learnt.

The official said so on the sidelines of the assessment visit he held at school number 962, adding that all the citizens must be a guarantee of the public heritage, keeping the security in schools so that the society can live with security.

"There are people of bad faith that continue destroying the equipments that the Government makes available in schools, forgetting that this school will also serve for the training of his/her family", he said.

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