12 December 2012

Angola: Adventist Church Holds March Against Driving Under Influence of Alcoholic Drinks

Luanda — Over 200 youngsters with the Adventist Church in Luanda's Cazenga municipality will march on December 16 against driving under influence of alcoholic drinks in country's roads, Angop has learnt.

The spokeman of the campaign, Inocênco Domingos said that the march will start at "4 de Fevereiro" historic monument and will finish at Cajueiros general hospital in solidarity to the patients in need of blood.

During the activity, it will be distributed propaganda to sensitize drivers on the danger of driving under the influence of alcoholic drinks.

The act will be jointly organised with the provincial government of Luanda.

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