Angola: Population Sensitized to Preserve Trains

An awareness campaign on preservation of trains will be held at the first quarter of 2014 in Luanda by the Municipal Association of Angola (Amangola) (Amangola).

This was announced on Thursday in Luanda by the chairperson of Amangola's managing board, Job Castelo Capapinha.

He stressed that the initiative aims at encouraging the population on the best ways of using a train, discouraging destruction of these means of transport and care to be taken during crossing railway lines.

Questioned on the actions developed by the organizers in 2013, Job Capapinha stressed that Amangola organized various activities of social and religious character, even though there was a financial and material limitation that hindered the implementation of some actions.

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