1 February 2013

Angola: Governor Swears in New Officials

Lubango — The governor of the southern Huila province, João Marcelino Tyipinge swore in Thursday new officials during a ceremony held in Lubango city.

Addressing the ceremony, the governor urged the new staff to work toward contribution of development of the region.

João Marcelino Tyipinge swore in communal administrators of Bambi, Paulo José Faustino, Fernando Candeeiro Avelino for Chituto commune, and Bernarda Agostinho Tchivukuvuko as Deputy Administrator of Chiquaqueia commune.

Invested were also Francisco Kassindi Lilas, Misael Sitiuca Cassima and Fernando António da Silva as assistant administrators of Dongo and Chamutete, in the municipality of Jamba, and Capelongo in Matala.

The governor also confirmed in the post of deputy administrator of Chibia, Jai Frederico and Julião António Tyamukwavo as advisor of Governor's Office for Social sector. While Manuel Capenda holds economic department.

On the other hand, the head of the provincial government appointed Boaventura Sakachikengue Nunes his Office's director and Bernar Marilene Livanga, chief of administration, budget management department.

The swearing in ceremony gathered, among other officials, vice governors for political and social sector, and for technical and infrastructure field José Arão Nataniel, and Nuno Mahapi Dala, respectively.

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