The Angolan minister of Former Combatants and Motherland Veterans, Kundy Paihama recommended this Saturday in Kuito, greater commitment to agricultural projects that are being developed in Bie province to support the ex soldiers and their families.
Kundy Paihama was speaking at a press conference with the media state at the end of a three-day visit to central province of Bie.
The government official said that the agricultural project designed by his institution is not being developed positively, making thus the expectations of the sector to improve the social conditions of the same.
Kundy Paihama instructed all provinces to prepare five thousand acres of land for agricultural production , saying that in Bie province , the project is slow.
"From what he I could see in the two agricultural cooperatives, there were only blazed about 100 acres , a project conceived more than two years ," he explained .
In his view, there is a lack of quality in the preparation of the land, soils unsuitable for agriculture, lack of supervision and monitoring in implementation of the project.
He said that the ministry is creating agricultural cooperatives in all provinces of the country , for ways to join the government program embodied in combating hunger and poverty.
In Bie Kundy Paihama visited agricultural cooperatives of Havala ( Kuito ) and Kalila ( Katabola), and held meetings with members of the provincial government and the local leadership of the former combatants.