19 February 2013

Angola: Govt Team Work in Dembos and Nambuangongo Localities

Caxito — A multisectorial team, led by the Minister of Territory Administration, Bornito de Sousa, is working on Tuesday in Dembos and Nambuangongo municipalities to assess the ongoing works there, under his visit to Bengo province, Angop has learnt.

The team comprises the Ministers of Planning and Territory Development, Job Graça, Finances, Carlos Alberto, Construction, Fernando Fonseca, Energy and Waters, João Baptista Borges, and Higher Education, Adão do Nascimento.

On Monday, the Minister inaugurated in Caxito, the provincial palace, whose works worth 400 million Kwanzas and last 18 months, under the Public Investments Programme (PIP).

On the occasion, the vice governor for Technical Services and Infrastructures, José Armando Sebastião Campos, said the act represents a mail card for Bengo province, as it will accommodate better the technicians and employees.

The team also visited the premises of the Higher pedagogical school of Caxito, as well as The construction works of 30 social residences in Sassa Cairo locality.

They also visited the building site of the Synohydro-lda company, where was presented the construction project of the water supply system to Caxito and Porto Kiripi localities, the Mabubas dam, as well as meeting with the members of the local staff.

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