9 May 2018

Angola: National Police Concerned At Crime Spike in Viana, Cacuaco

Luanda — General Commander of National Police Alfredo Eduardo Manuel Mingas "Panda" pointed out the municipalities of Viana, Cacuaco and Talatona, in the province of Luanda, as the most worrying in terms of crime.

The country's capital has a very negative image, Panda told the press on the sidelines of Consultative Council of General Command of National Police, chaired by Interior minister Ângelo Veigas Tavares.

In order to fight against the crime in Luanda, the senior police officer called for the cooperation of the population and Media in denouncing criminal actions.

He spoke of the need for every citizen to contribute to the prevention and combat the crime.

The police commander pledged tough response to the gang members who insist on the path of crime and disrupt the tranquility among population.

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