3 February 2013

Angola: Leovigildo Ramirez School Complex Inaugurated in Camama

Luanda — A school complex called Leovigildo Ramirez with a capacity for 435 students was inaugurated Saturday, in Camama ward, Luanda's municipality of Kilamba Kiaxi by the administrator of Belas, Joana Quintas.

According to the representative of the company that built the school, the project was designed by former Angolan students in Cuba.

It was informed that the school was named after a Cuban fighter who fell in Angola and serves for the students to remember the moments they enjoyed in that Caribbean country.

The institution has three floors with 11 classrooms, offices for directors, a room for teachers, office for stationeries, school canteen, laboratories for physics, chemestry, biology, computer room, library, auditorium and a sports field.

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