21 February 2013

Angola: Malanje Governor Visits Kalandula and Cacuso Districts

Malanje — The governor of the northern Malanje province, Norberto dos Santos "Kwata Kanawa" is paying this Thursday a three-day visit to the districts of Kalandula and Cacuso, in order to inaugurate 12 social infrastructures and lay the cornerstone for the construction of the Agrarian Development Station (EDA) in Lombe commune.

According to his agenda, in Lombe commune (Cacuso district), the governor will also attend the formal act of financing accords signing between the communities and family agriculture project, oriented for market (Mosap), as well as the handing over of means of transports to EDA's officials by the Agriculture Minister, Pedro Canga.

The document reads that Norberto dos Santos will inaugurate the municipal market of Kalandula and houses for the local health technicians.

The governor will also unveil in communes of Kota, Kuale, Kateco Kangola and Kinji their administrations, residences for technicians, drinking water supply system and health posts.

In the referred localities, the officials will meet the local administrative authorities.

The governor will return to the city of Malanje on 23 February.

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