24 August 2014

Angola: General Considers Angolan President Encyclopaedia

Malanje — The deputy general Chief of Staff for Patritic Education of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA), general Egídio de Sousa Santos "Disciplina" said last Saturday, in this city, that the President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, is a true encyclopaedia of wisdom as well as an emblematic figure of all time.

The general officer said so in the workshop on "the key role performed by the President of the Republic, in building up a new Angola", inserted in the celebration of the 72nd anniversary of the Angolan Head of State to be marked on 28 August.

The general praised the figure of José Eduardo dos Santos, stressing that he is son of Angola that in the difficult moments of history of this country where he swore loyalty to the nation, scarifying all his youth in order to serve the noble interests of the country and the destiny of democratic people revolution.

According to the general, the Angolan Executive, led by President Eduardo dos Santos, never abdicated its political, economic and social responsibilities standing firm, bravely determined in keeping the necessary assistance to population, as well as preservation of independence and national sovereignty.

The workshop under topic "the key role performed by President of Republic, in building up a new Angola", was promoted by the delegation of Social Security division of the Angolan Armed Forces and was designed for FAA staffs manpower and Police officers of the National Police, members of government, students, traditional authorities, members of civil society and journalism.


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