Fri, 02 Mar 2018 18:06 - Updated Fri, 02 Mar 2018 18:05
Huíla: Governor calls for rigor in preservation of public assets
Lubango - The provincial governor of Huíla, Joao Marcelino Tyipinge, on Friday in Lubango, called on the company to observe greater rigor in the conservation and protection of the public heritage placed at its disposal, in the perspective that it will serve for more people and for a long time.
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Huíla: Marcelino Tyipinge - provincial governor
Photo: Morais Silva
The leader launched the challenge during a meeting held with community and neighborhood administrators, traditional authorities and coordinators to address issues related to hygiene and maintenance of the city.
Marcelino Tyipinge emphasized at the time that social infrastructure is the heritage of the State and therefore must be "well" taken care of and respected, as they were built or rehabilitated, since they cost a lot of money.
However, he was concerned that some of the public assets had been destroyed and vandalized, and he appealed for the accusers to be criminally liable for the damages caused.
With a territorial area of 3,140 square kilometers, the municipality of Lubango has a population estimated at 776,249 inhabitants.
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