Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:03 - Updated Fri, 17 Mar 2017 15:03
Cuando Cubango: PRS wants high voter registration turnout
Menongue - The national coordinator of the opposition PRS party in south-east Cuando Cubango province, Manuel Marcolino Ribaia, has called on the local militants to flock to the voter registration process to ensure the win in the elections this year.
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The official was speaking at the swearing in ceremony of the new secretary of PRS in Menongue, Samuel Messene.
The coordinator defended door-to-door mobilisation campaign encouraging the citizens to join the voter registration process.
On the election, the official said that Samuel Messene is facing a rather complex task as he is taking up the post at a time the party is busy on the tasks to ensure
its participation in general elections this year.
He recalled that, at this moment, the electoral registration process is taking place, ahead of the country's elections.
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