18 January 2013

Angola: MPLA Wants to Reach 50,000 Members in Lobito This Year

Lobito — The municipal committee of the ruling MPLA party in Lobito, southern Benguela province foresees to recruit until December 2013, 50,939 members, against the current 42,831 militants.

The information was released Friday by the party's local first secretary, Julião de Almeida.

Speaking to the press conference on presentation of political strategies for the current year, the politician said that to achieve the above figure it is necessary to continue redouble the organisation, ahead of the new challenges in Angolan political scenario.

The official pledged that MPLA in Lobito will work with its social organisations, like the ruling party's youth and women wings, respectively JMPLA and OMA.

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