13 January 2013

Angola: Luanda Governor Checks Works of Icolo E Bengo and Quiçama

Icolo E Bengo — The governor of Luanda, Bento Joaquim Sebastiao Francisco Bento, last Saturday went to the municipalities of Icolo e Bengo and Quiçama to assess the degree of execution of construction works of schools, health centres, social housing and community markets.

The visit of the governor started in the Bom Jesus commune where he visited the school to be inaugurated this year.

During the visit the governor recommended that, in addition to the multipurpose field under construction, expansion works must take place so that there can be no cases of children outside the education system due to lack of classrooms.

Bento Bento accompanied by his vice governors, then moved to the commune of Mazozo where he visited the construction works of a medical centre and residences for physicians, which are already completed, as well as the works of the Catete village market, still running.

The construction work of 28 houses, 200 residences, planned for the area of Calumbunze with prospect of being delivered in March, also deserved the attention of the governor of Luanda Province.

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