Thu, 27 Jul 2017 19:21 - Updated Thu, 27 Jul 2017 19:21
Election2017: FNLA hunts for vote in Luanda
Luanda - Twenty-five brigades of the Frente Nacional de Libertação de Angola (FNLA) visited Tunga Ngó market, Luanda’s Urban District of Rangel on Thursday, to publicise the image of its leader and presidential candidate and its positon on the ballot paper.
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FNLA provincial secretary Maria da Conceição Boaventura
Photo: Henri Celso
At Tunga Ngo market, the brigade members spoke of their party’s governing programme, while other colleagues took the message to the municipalities of Kilamba Kiaxi and Quissama, near Luanda.
According to FNLA’s Luanda provincial secretary, Maria da Conceição Boaventura, the brigades are seeking to convince the voters to vote for Lucas Ngonda, the party’s leader and presidential candidate.
She added that FNLA has as its priority a fair society where the families feel free and live with dignity.
FNLA kick-started its electoral campaign on 25 July in central Bié province, where it got 0,96 percent of the votes in the 2012 election.
In the general election of 2012, FNLA came fifth with 65,163 votes, earning it two MPs.
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