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Tue, 04 Sep 2018 16:09 - Updated Tue, 04 Sep 2018 16:09

Governor encourages increased of fishing

Sumbe - The fishermen associated in the commune of Ngangula, municipality of Sumbe, this Tuesday were encouraged by the provincial Governor to increase the amount of fish caught in the river Keve, in order to combat hunger and poverty.

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Cuanza Sul: Brito Teixeira - Provincial Governor

Photo: Lucas Neto

Eusébio de Brito Teixeira, who was speaking at the event of delivery of fishing equipment to the fishermen's association of Ngangula, said that fishermen have the artifacts to increase the volume of capture and increase the family income.

He said that the river Keve has fish of several species that, captured, can serve as sustenance of the associates and the surplus to be commercialized.

He said that the Government will continue to support fishermen's associations with materials so that they can carry on their activities without a hitch.

The offer consists of 51 delivered barges, nets, cables and hooks.

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