Angola: Elections 2022 - MPLA Carries On Social Housing Projects

Luanda — The MPLA remains focused on social housing projects and their distribution throughout the country; said its candidate for President of the Republic João Lourenço, during airtime-programme on Angolan National Radio (RNA).

In 10-minute programme allotted to the party, João Lourenço spoke of

the increase in the supply of decent housing, with the construction of 14 satellite towns and 2 housing projects.

He recalled that more than 42,000 families have already been benefited from homes.

The MPLA leader guaranteed that the party intends to continue fighting for the dream to become a reality so that Angolans have a decent and happy life.

João Lourenço pointed out as the main gains of the five years in office,the fight against corruption, which he considers irreversible.

The politician also recalled of the legacy in investments in the social area, proposing, for a second term, to serve other areas, aiming to transform Angola into a more developed country and better place for all.

Many citizens hailed the investments made such as the emergence of new neighbourhoods with public lighting, schools, recreational parks, markets, health centers, pharmacies and public transports.

People also stressed the investments in the municipalities of the BIe province.

As well as the results of the gains resulting from the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM) and the expansion of the railway branch in Moxico.

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