5 February 2013

Angola: OMA Secretary Calls for Staff's Return Home Country

Lisbon — The secretary general of the ruling MPLA party's women wing (OMA), Luzia Inglês "Inga", Monday in Lisbon, Portugal, appealed for timely return of the Angolan staff to the country, in order to cooperate with the Angolan government in reconstruction process.

Luzia Inglês made the appeal at a meeting she held with the Angolan community in Portugal, which also aimed to salute the celebration on Monday of the beginning of national liberation struggle in Angola, February 4.

The secretary of Angola's female organisation drew attention to the timing of Angolans abroad to come back as soon as possible to the country" at a time the Europe is experiencing a great economic and financial crisis.

"In Portugal there are people starving, why the Angolan insists on staying here at a time our country needs too much its sons?" Questioned "Inga," stressing that Angola will not become stronger unless it counts on the contribution of its sons.

The Secretary General of the OMA attended in Lisbon the meeting of the Council of the Socialist International Women, which discussed "the international financial crisis and the impact on women."

On the said topic, Luzia Inglês stressed the Angolan government focus on the condition of women.

Luzia Inglês is also the vice-president for the southern Africa Socialist International Women.

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