17 December 2012

Angola: Luanda Government Builds Forty Markets

Luanda — Nearly 40 markets are being built by the provincial government of Luanda, in order to end the disordered sale in inappropriate places.

This was said to Angop on Monday by the provincial governor of Luanda, Bento Joaquim Bento, during the inauguration act of the multipurpose court named "Miguel Lutonda", located in the urban district of Ingombota.

Bento Joaquim Bento said that the provincial executive is working to create quality infrastructure to enable the youth trade their products in a safe and hygienic places, by respecting sanitary guidelines.

"It is with this idea that the government is helping young people to have income to support their families, in order to overcome some of their difficulties", he said.

The provincial government of Luanda intends to creating new markets and then end the chaotic street vending in urban areas and pavements of the main avenues because it endangers the lives of these people who insist on selling at these places.

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