Benguela - The Angolan writer, Isidro Sanene, defended on Friday in the Benguela province the creation of mobile libraries countrywide to encourage school children and youth to improve the liking of reading, and thus expanding their general culture.
Speaking to Angop on the importance of the liking of reading, Isidro Sanene said that mobile libraries can contribute increasingly to motivate young people to create a liking for literary, scientific or academic books.
According to the writer, these libraries could work on a bus or other type of vehicle with several books that could go around the city and neighbourhoods, enabling people to have fast and free access to books and manuals that encourage them to read.
Believing that Angola could turn into a country with many readers and writers, Isidro Sanene advocated that due to laziness on the part of young people on literary creation, it is essential to motivate them to write without ceasing.
Born in Benguela province, Isidro Sanene is a writer, artist and Bible instructor and has done three individual painting exhibitions in Angola and in Brazil.