18 February 2013

Angola: Historian Urges Youth to Protect Local Cultural Values

Huambo — The historian Venceslau Kassese has called on young people to protect the cultural values, usages and customs in order to magnify the country.

The historian made the appeal at a Workshop on community literary philosophic of free-thinkers", under the celebrations of the beginning of national liberation struggle in Angola, on 4 February.

In his speech, the lecturer stressed that the protection of cultural values, usage and customs contribute to preservation and promotion of national culture, in benefit of Angola.

He called on young people to excel at a fair and sounding decent behaviour that contribute to the growth of the country, in search of happiness, freedom, love, peace and justice for everyone in a country where all feel more useful as a United Country .

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