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Tue, 29 May 2018 15:09 - Updated Tue, 29 May 2018 15:09

Ndalatando holds musical show to close 62nd anniversary festivities

Ndalatando - Various Angolan singers performed Monday evening a concert to mark the end of 62nd anniversary of Ndalatando city, capital of the northern Cuanza Norte province.

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Musical show enliven Ndalatando city

Photo: Diniz Simão (Arquivo)

They are Edmazia, Baló Januário, Puto Português, Tamara Nzagi, Noite e Dia, Força Suprema, Godzilla do Gueto.

Puto Português and Tamara Nzagi, were among the most excelled singers during the event.

To mark the date, Ndalatando city held various cultural, sporting and recreational activities.

The city also held a round table on "The genesis of Ndalatando city".

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