21 January 2013

Angola: Assistant Bishop of Luanda Praises Level of Country's Growth

Luanda — The assistant bishop of Luanda, Anastácio Kahango, said Sunday that the country, particularly the capital city, continues to register a considerable level of growth in economic, political and social sectors.

Anastácio Kahango made this consideration during the mass in honour of the 437th anniversary of Luanda City, to be marked on the 25th of January.

The bishop said that across the country one continues to see the construction of new housing projects, roads, railway lines for the benefit of all citizens.

On the other hand, the cleric regretted the fact that there has been a growth of religious sects and increased illegal immigration.

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