Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:47 - Updated Mon, 23 Feb 2015 18:47
Luanda governor wants order in higher education
Luanda - Governor of Luanda, Graciano Francisco Domingos, said on Monday in Luanda that there is a need of an institutional and continued effort against the trend of trivializing and discrediting the higher education in Angola.
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Graciano Domingos, provincial governor of Luanda
Photo: Clemente dos Santos
“Good and bad students, but we must think seriously about our context”, added the governor during his speech at the opening ceremony of the 2015 academic year.
The official defended at the time better relationship between the Government of Luanda and higher education institutions, partnership, according to him, will contribute to the resolution of problems affecting the city.
The official stressed that the province of Luanda is the centre of higher education in the country, an element that, according to the governor, is pride of the citizens of this city.
The opening ceremony of the 2015 academic year was held in the National Assembly and was attended by the Vice-president of the Republic, Manuel Domingos Vicente, members of civil society, as well as Principles of different Angolan universities.
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