13 December 2012

Angola: Youth State Secretary Wants More Leisure Spaces

Luanda — The Secretary of State for Youth, Nhaga de Assunção, on Thursday here highlighted the need for building more training and leisure spaces, taking into account the fight against drugs and alcoholic drinks, prostitution and delinquency, Angop has learnt.

The official voiced so on the fringes of a visit that he paid to some cultural and educational infrastructures in Cazenga municipality.

Moreover, the Secretary of State said that the construction of these infrastructures will eradicate these evils among young people.

According to him, it is a concern of the government to put an end to alcoholic drinks, inserting youth in education system and practices of sports practises so that country may count on their participation for the development of Angola.

Nhaga Assunçao also said that it is important to retrieve the moral and civic values, so as to transmit the country's history to young people, so that they can instil its essence.

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