Angola: OMA Secretary General Visits Cabinda

Cabinda — The secretary general of the ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA), Luzia Inglês Van-dúnem, arrived Monday in northern Cabinda province for two-day working visit to the region.

Under the visiting agenda, the leader of the female organisation will hold ceremony of award in recognition of the commitment of the local organisation's secretariat to the special campaign of growing of structures, to mark the celebrations of 55th anniversary of the ruling MPLA party, on 10 December.

Luzia Inglês was received at the local airport by the provincial first secretary of MPLA, Matildes da Lomba, during which she was briefed on the current socio-economic and political reality of the region and the organisational state of the group in Cabinda.

The delegation is integrated by monitoring official of National Executive committee.

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