Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:38 - Updated Wed, 17 Jan 2018 13:38
Businesspeople sensitized to sponsor carnival groups
Luanda - Businesspeople from Luanda’s Rangel urban district have been sensitized with a view to sponsoring the local carnival groups in their participation in the parade to be held on February 10-13 at Luanda City’s new boulevard.
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União Recreativo do Kilamba, one of rangel district's carnival groups.
Photo: Nelson Malamba
According to the Rangel district administrator, Francisco Manuel Domingos, by this time that the groups are preparing themselves for the contest, a helping hand from the businesspeople is needed to help them to surpass the current hardships they are facing.
He recalled businesspeople that carnival groups could be good advertisers for their businesses during the parade, which would attract more customers.
Rangel district will be participating in the carnival parade with several groups namely, União Recreativo do Kilamba, União Twafundumuka, União Geração Sagrada ( main parade, class A), União Giza and União Sagrada Esperança (class B), and in the children’s parade with Twafundumuka, Geração Sagrada and Sagrada Esperança carnival groups.
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