4 December 2012

Angola: Rise of Porcelana Club to Boost Demand for Hotel Services

Ndalatandon — The rise of Porcelana Football Club of Cazengo of northern Kwanza Norte province, to the first division of the National Football will drastically boost the demand for hotel services in the region, greater dynamics and organisation.

This was said Tuesday in Ndalatando by the local governor, Henrique André Junior. The governor, who was speaking during the ceremony of honour to the football team for the qualification, said from now on the province must get equipped and prepared to receive football fans who will visit Kwanza Norte not only to watch the games but to learn of the reality of the region.

To him, sport and football in particular, represent development for the province, as it enables the growth of other socio-economic sectors of the region. In his turn, the chairman of the Porcelana Football Club of Cazengo, Adolfo Aparicio, considered the qualification of his team to the first national division of football as a Christmas gift for the local residents.

The ceremony of honour to the Porcelana Club was sponsored by the Government of Kwanza Norte, following its 3-1 victory away over Football Club of northern Cabinda province, in the last round of the zone 's second division qualifiers.

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