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Mon, 18 Dec 2017 18:32 - Updated Tue, 19 Dec 2017 06:39

Governor urges young people to continue academic training

Malanje - After completing the high education in the various fields at the High Agrarian Institute of Malanje, the 181 finalists were asked to enroll in higher institutions in order to increase their knowledge and prepare themselves for social challenges.

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According to the provincial governor, Norberto dos Santos "Kwata Kanawa", who was speaking at the diploma awarding ceremony to the finalists in the areas of crop production, agrarian management, energy and electrical installations and civil construction, it will not be good for the country or the students themselves fall into the trap, because the moment requires fighting for the choice of technical courses in universities, to increase the curriculum.

"It is important to maintain this spirit of struggle, sacrifice, altruism and patriotism characteristic of Angolans," he added, adding that the province has arable land for agriculture, houses, schools, hospitals and other infrastructure for rehabilitation and build, where the graduated cadres can lend their support.

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