Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:36 - Updated Mon, 10 Jul 2017 12:36
Uige: Unita leader defends better education
Uíge - The leader of the main opposition Unita party Sunday in northern Uíge province pledged to work to improve the country’s education system, should his organisation win the forthcoming 23 August election.
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Unita leader, Isaias Samakuva
Photo: Francisco Miúdo
Isaías Samakuva was speaking at a public rally intended to present his party’s governing programme to militants, sympathisers and friends in Uíge, as part of a four-day visit to the region.
He said that being education an important sector in the development of the country, a greater attention should be paid to its quality which, he added, required better remuneration and training of teachers.
The politician said the country’s education system needs a reform to secure highly qualified graduates.
On the other hand, Isaias Samakuva also spoke of the need for better health services in the country in order to reduce child mortality.
Other sectors high on his governing programme include the economy, agriculture, industry and timbe exploration to provide jobs for young people.
Accompanied by high figures of his party, Samakuva is travelling on Monday to Quimbele municipality, some 287 kilometres of the province’s capital city, where he will also present his governing programme.
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