8 February 2013

Angola: Singer Caló Pascoal Becomes Children Activist

Luanda — The Angolan singer Caló Pascoal has been nominated to be children rights activist by the National Institute of Children (INAC), Angop has learnt.

This was announced by the artist that expressed his rejoice with the choice and pledged to help sensitizing families and protect the infantile and make accomplish fully their rights.

Caló Pascoal also said that he has already collaborating with the institution for many time, having participated in some leisure events, but he has a mission of working as a bridge between the family and INAC.

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