1 February 2013

Angola: Media Influence Family's Destructuring

Luanda — The pastor of the Methodist United Church of Luanda, Adilson de Almeida, on Friday here said media organs have a greater influence in the destructuring of families as some of their contents put an end to concepts on the social sociability, Angop has learnt.

Speaking to Angop, on the causes of the destructuring of familes, Adilson de Almeida said there are some publicities that aim at destructing the families, liberating them from the influences of the adults and given up the teaching of the schools.

He said that this destruction has a determined goals, that is to sale opinions, transforming the youngsters into in consumers of alcoholic drinks.

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