4 January 2013

Angola: Luanda Governor Views Quiçama Social Infrastructures

Luanda — The governor of Luanda province, Bento Bento, travelled on Friday to Quiçama municipality and locality of Cabo Ledo at the head of a delegation, to view social infrastructures being built there, Angop learned.

The team started visiting the social residence project at Kudissanga ward, where 18 T2 houses of the 100 planned have been built to accommodate technicians of various sectors and municipalities of the province.

The delegation also visited a six-classroom school, a health centre, a municipal market and a rubbish transfer station. All these works will be inaugurated within three months.

Meanwhile, the local administrator, Ana Silva e Silva, said that these new infrastructures will bring about a new boost to the locality.

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