Fri, 09 Sep 2016 18:35 - Updated Fri, 09 Sep 2016 18:35
Rehabilitation of roads enhances neighborhood accessibility - governor
Luanda - Luanda province governor Francisco Higino Lopes Carneiro said Friday that the rehabilitation of some Luanda-based roads will improve road traffic in urban districts and municipalities.
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Higino Carneiro, Governor of Luanda province, Bento Cangamba, member of ruling MPLA party at award ceremony of Ngola Kiluanje works
Photo: Joaquina Bento
The minister was speaking at rehabilitation award ceremony of 35.9 km of roads, as part of China Credit Line Operational Programme implemented by central government.
Higino Carneiro considered important the projects for circulation in Luanda province as many will allow to enhance neighbourhood accessibility.
The official asked the local administrators to cooperate with concerned institutions in performing the work.
The award ceremony of works was attended by minister of Construction Waldemar Pires Alexandre, INEA director, António Resende.
The second secretary of the ruling MPLA party in Luanda province, Jesuíno Silva, was also among the guests.
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