25 February 2013

Angolan Government Considers Tocoist Church Privileged Partner

Luanda — The Higher Education Minister, Adão do Nascimento, expressed on Sunday the willingness of the Angolan executive to have a privileged partnership with the Our Lord Jesus Christ Church in the World (Tocoist Church) in the implementation of its University.

The minister said so during the main mass on 24 February, under the 95th birthday of Prophet Simão Gonçalves Toco.

"I hope that the implementation of higher education by the Tocoist Church may be a greater contribution of this church to the creation of the Angolans' well-being ", he said.

On the occasion, Adão do Nascimento reaffirmed the institutional support of the executive for the successful implementation of this project of Tocoist Church, expecting that this example will be followed by other institutions in the country.

On the other hand, the minister highlighted the gospel work carried out by the Our Lord Jesus Christ Church in the World, as well as the execution of social projects aimed to improve the population's living standards.

On her turn, the vice-governor of Luanda, Jovelina Imperial, reiterated the support of her government in the implementation of social projects by the Tocoist Church.

She seized the opportunity to hail the personality of Prophet Simão Gonçalves Toco, appealing to all believers of this church to follow his example.

The mass was also attended by leaders of other religious congregations and believers of Tocoist Church.

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