5 January 2013

Angola: FNLA Party Addresses Condolences Over Vigil's Victims

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File Photo:Tragedy Claims 13 Lives At Religious Year-End Mass in Angola.

Luanda — The opposition FNLA party on Friday here addressed a condolences message at the incident that claimed the lives of 13 Angolan citizens, on December 31, during a vigil held by the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God (UCKG), ANGOP has learnt.

A press note from that party says that FNLA expresses its deep sorrow at the victims and presents its condolences to the mourning families.

"FNLA calls on authorities of the Angolan state to make their best effort in order to discover the causes of this disaster and apportion blame", the document reads.

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