The communitarian and supervision services of Cazengo administration, northern Kwanza Norte province has voiced concern about the vandalism targeting traffic signs installed during the rehabilitation of roads in the region.
The concern was expressed Friday by Manuel Macuto José, head of the local communitarian and supervision services.
Macuto José told Angop that the administration loses annually tens of signposts due to vandalism or accidents and calls for their urgent replacement.
According to him, one must be aware that a removal of a traffic sign brings harm to many other citizens, in addition to forcing the sector to spend additional money for their replacement.
He recalled that the lack of a board can cause an accident. On the others hand, Manuel Macuto said to be worried about the parking of vehicles over sidewalks and curbs.
He said that apart from damaging that these footpaths also obstruct the flow of pedestrians endangering their safety. Under the law such offences can range from 50,000 to 100, 000 Kwanza of fine.