Angolan Head of State works in Huambo Province

Huambo – Angolan President João Lourenço arrived Friday in the central Huambo Province, for a two-day working visit.

According to the work schedule that reached ANGOP, the President will inaugurate an urban housing project with just over 3000 residences integrating four-storey, two-storey and one-storey buildings, in an area of approximately 100 square metres.

It includes social facilities such as kindergartens, primary and secondary schools, a polytechnic institute, a health centre, a sports complex and a police station.

The Angolan statesman will also witness the inauguration of the Belém electric power substation located in the outskirts of the city of Huambo, installed to transform and also supply energy from Laúca Dam to the provinces of Bié, Cuando Cubango, Cunene and Huíla.

A day before the arrival of President Lourenço in Huambo, the power substation of Bailundo was inaugurated, which will supply energy to five thousand families, as well as the bridges over the rivers Calopato and Congwe linking Huambo.

On Saturday, shortly before returning to the capital, João Lourenço, as president of the MPLA, will preside over a mass political act, as part of the pre-election campaign underway in the country.

Angola will hold general elections next August to elect the President of the Republic and the members of the National Assembly.

Source: Angola Press News Agency

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