Angola: MPLA Offers Goods to Gambos Traditional Authorities

Lubango — The municipal administration of Gambos handed some foodstuffs Tuesday to 20 traditional chiefs, situated 163 kilometres south of Lubango, Huíla.

The solidarity deed from the ruling MPLA party is part of food support and reinforcement of traditional authorities in the ambit of the festive season.

The goods are made up of rice, flour, cooking oil and spaghetti, among others.

The traditional chiefs benefited also from bicycles and spare parts.

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