Angola: Governor Wants Joint Work to Fight Hunger

Sumbe — The governor of Kwanza Sul, Job Capapinha, considered this Wednesday in Sumbe, imperative the interconnection of agricultural and livestock activities in the fight against hunger and poverty in the province.

Speaking in the inauguration of members of the local government, the leader called on farmers, livestock farmers and those responsible for fishing and tourism to become more involved in socio-economic life, as they are key sectors for the stabilization of families.

He called for more work to create food self-sufficiency and leverage the economy in the province.

Three directors, two deputy municipal administrators and an advisor were invested in the local government this Wednesday, to whom asked hard work.

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