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Thu, 25 Jan 2018 18:04 - Updated Thu, 25 Jan 2018 18:04

Armed Forces discourage paternity denial

Menongue - The chief of the Angolan Armed Forces (FAA) for Patriotic Education, António Egídio de Sousa Neto, discouraged the denial of paternity among the members of this military institution and encouraged them to assume their acts in a responsible way.

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Assistant Chief of General Staff of FAA for Patriotic Education, António Egídio de Sousa Neto

Photo: Adão João Pedro

FAA has been working to prevent cases of fatherhood breaching within the troops," General said.

Speaking on the third day working visit to in the 5th Infantry Division of the Southern Region, considered it fundamental that the troops correct this evil (fatherhood denial), avoiding the degradation of the family cycle.

Regarding the prevention of diseases in the units, he reported that the troops have been sensitized, fundamentally, about sexually transmitted diseases.

He affirmed that the visit to Cuando Cubango happens in fulfillment of a promise made last year to the military staff of that military division.

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