4 February 2013

Angola: Huila Governor Inaugurates Social Infrastructures in Caluquembe

Caluquembe — The governor of Huila Province, João Marcelino Tyipinge, on Sunday in Caluquembe Municipality inaugurated some infrastructures with social impact, in the ambit of the commemorations of the 52nd anniversary of the start of armed struggle against colonialism, on February 4.

Some of the inaugurated undertakings are five two-bedroom houses, which cost the state over 31 million kwanzas.

The head of Huila government also inaugurated a school with three rooms, which iare estimated at 4 million kwanzas.

In the framework of his visit to Caluquembe, João Marcelino Tyipinge also checked the construction work of a water fountain, a shop and residences for teachers in the Vila Branca commune, besides other undertakings in the ambit of the commemorations of February 04 (start of the armed struggle against colonialism).

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