3 February 2013

Angola: Mobilisation, Training of New Oma Members Recommended

Uíge — The coordinator of the National Secretariat Follow up Team for the Women Wing of the ruling MPLA party in northern Uige province, Adélia da Conceição Pires de Carvalho, Saturday here appealed to the women of the organisation to engage in the mobilisation and training of people in the communities.

Speaking at the closing of the 6th ordinary meeting of OMA's Provincial Committee, the official mentioned the need to improve the mechanisms of work of literacy and mobilisation of new members into the organisation.

Adélia de Carvalho added that the management and realisation of the additional goals of the programme greatly depend on the work done by the party's cadres, both in the apparel and at workplace.

She said the literacy work must not be forgotten as the qualification of the cadres in the future depends a lot on it.

The official mentioned the fight against the endemic diseases, famine and poverty must be a permanent work toward improving the living of the citizens.

According to Adélia de Carvalho, the preparation for the next elections in 2017 starts with the mobilisation, through all tasks planned, with a view to a good growth of the party's basis and good results.

In her turn, OMA assistant secretary in Uige, Margarida Manuel Lengo, said the growth of the basis of the party requires the effort and engagement of all leaders, cadres and women in accomplishing the organisation's tasks.

In the meeting's final communique, the participants highlighted the figure of the president of the MPLA and of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, for the way he has been leading the destinies of the organisation and of the country.

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