30 January 2013

Angola: Musician Wishes Solidarity and Love Among Angolans

Luanda — The Angolan gospel musician Quim da Rosa defended in Lubango City the need for promoting values like solidarity and love, in order to generate healthy and peaceful relations.

Speaking to ANGOP, the artist stressed that it is important for Christians in a society to build love, to eradicate violence at home and help to contain the levels of crime, especially committed by young people, as well as excessive use of alcohol and drugs.

According to the artist, dialogue is one of the essential tools to establish peace, understanding and harmony within families of Angolan society and show that love of God prevails in the hearts of people.

The musician presented and autographed on Sunday, in Lubango, his first album entitled "Canto num canto, um canto para Cristo", with 13 tracks.

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