Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:09 - Updated Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:09
Uíge: University students urged to contribute to development
Uíge - The university students in Uíge city were over the last weekend urged to contribute to the development of the province and the country in general so as to ensure the welfare of families.
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This was said to Angop on Monday by the general director of the Higher Education Educational Sciences Institute in Uíge (ISCED), Domingos Kimpolo Nzau, during a a lecture on the contribution of CANFEU to the development of the society.
He added that the university students are invited to make a positive contribution to the implementation of actions and ideals of the country's development.
The academician said that Angola has hope in its youth for a new country and model, which rises from the war debris and surely moving towards consolidation and preservation of peace, democracy and its progress.
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