Angola: 2022 Elections - Exemplary Conduct of Interior Ministry Staff Hailed

Luambo — The governor of Huambo province, Lotti Nolika, Wednesday encouraged the Ministry of the Interior staff to set an example, so that the general elections can take place peacefully and in an urban environment.

In a congratulatory message on the occasion of the 43rd anniversary of the creation of the Ministry of Interior, which is marked today, Lotti Nolika said it is important that the law enforcement agents are able to inspire, in the exercise of their activity, the feeling of security and tranquillity to the citizens.

Lotti Nolika acknowledged the determination, commitment and dedication of all the members of this ministerial department who, in a tireless way, dedicate themselves to promote the tranquillity of the communities, notwithstanding the risks that they have to face while carrying out their activity, often sacrificing their own families.

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