Angola: State Minister Reiterates Commitment to Improving Execution of Projects

Luanda — The minister of State for Economic Coordination, Manuel Nunes Júnior, Thursday reiterated the Executive's commitment to improving the monitoring of priority projects to ensure better results in physical and financial execution.

This was at the end of the swearing in ceremony of the newly appointed officials Martinho Bangula Katúmua and Castro Paulino Camarada.

Manuel Nunes Júnior, who praised the skill of the new officials, wished them success with their new job.

Martinho Bangula Katúmua was sworn in as assistant coordinator of the Technical Management Unit of the National Plan for the Training of Staff for the Technical Programming, Monitoring and Evaluation.

Martinho Bangula Katúmua is Master in sociology and writer. He won the 2015 Benguela Provincial Prize for Culture and Arts in the Literature category.

He was appointed by the President João Lourenço on the 24 July.

Castro Paulino Camarada was sworn in executive secretary for Monitoring Unit of Executive Projects (UMAPE).

Castro Camarada was vice-rector of the Agostinho Neto University for Huambo University Center.

He was FAO representative to Liberia and coordinator of a project to support the process of reforms in the agrarian sector in Angola.

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