Tue, 10 Jul 2018 18:26 - Updated Tue, 10 Jul 2018 18:26
Governor of Cabinda addresses role of traditional authorities
Cabinda - The governor of northern Cabinda province, Eugénio Laborinho, Tuesday approached the kings of Uíge and Cuando Cubango, Muana-Uta Kabamba VII and Muene Mukuvavi, respectively, the role of traditional authorities in solving social problems and contribution of the development of their communities.
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Governor of Cabinda welcomes Kings of Uíge and do Cuando Cubango
Photo: Venceslau Mateus
In an audience granted to the two monarchs, who are in Cabinda to participate in the 6th Broaden Consultative Council of the Ministry of Culture (Mincult), which began Monday, the governor stressed the need for traditional authorities to walk alongside the Government to draft programs that contribute to the well-being of communities.
Eugénio Laborinho reiterated the need for traditional authorities to report to the Government bodies the problems of communities for the government to intervene and to solve the concerns presented by the population.
The audience took place on the sideline of the VI Broaden Consultative Council of Mincult, set to end Tuesday, and was flanked by the Minister of Culture, Carolina Cerqueira.
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