14 May 2018

Angola: Journalists Urged to Be Responsible in Face of Current Changes in Angola - Archbishop

Huambo — The archbishop of the Huambo, Dom José de Queiroz Alves, said on Sunday that the current political, social and economic stage of Angola demands huge responsibility and patriotic spirit of the journalists, in reporting the truth with impartiality to promote the union amongst Angolans.

According to the priest, the country is currently living a moment that imposes a serious commitment from the media professionals so as to promote a social environment with human values and development.

He challenged journalists to be shrewd to help Angolans to distinguish, evaluate and ponder on the wishes and anxieties that impel which one, in order to avoid being deceived.

To him, this will only be achieved if journalists stop reporting baseless facts, based on non existing data or distorted ones intended to deceive and manipulate the people.


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