23 December 2012

Angola: Government to Build University Campus in Lunda-Norte

Dundo — The construction of a university campus of the Lueji A Nkonde University and three community libraries are part of the package of the government of north eastern Lunda-Norte province, under the public investment programme for 2013, ANGOP has learnt.

This was announced by the provincial governor, Ernesto Muangala, whilst presenting greetings to members of his staff, in light of the end of year greetings ceremony.

He said that other planned works consist of the construction of five pavilions of arts and crafts and the rehabilitation of 40 kilometres of roads, as well as the construction of five family counselling centres and 10 children's community centres.

The local government will also construct nine police stations, 20 residences for physicians, a laboratory for medical tests and a 12-class roomed high institute, as well as the construction of 10 football fields and 15 residences for communal administrators.

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