Cabinda — The first edition of the Municipal Fair of Agriculture, Livestock, Fishing and Industry of Cabinda, closed Sunday, yielded to the exhibitors about 10 million kwanzas, with the sale of various products.
Varieties of bananas, tomatoes, macoco and sweet potatoes, yambe, pepper, cassava and their derivatives, as well as fish, attracted more than three thousand residents who bought their products, which have often deteriorated in production areas due to lack of outflow.
The three-day display promoted by the Cabinda municipal administration took place at the Barão Puna multipurpose pavilion, with 104 exhibitors, most of them from rural areas.
There were exhibitors from the agricultural, livestock, fishing and industrial sectors.
Cabinda's administrator, Berta Marciana, said at the closing ceremony that expectations had been exceeded in terms of organisation, exhibition, volume of products showcased as well as visitors.
"The objectives were achieved, with the exhibitors demonstrating their potential and productive capacities in the field," she said.