Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:03 - Updated Tue, 20 Jun 2017 19:03
Minister highlights importance of integrated infrastructure in Lubango
Lubango - The awarding of works of the integrated infrastructure of Lubango city, southern Huíla province, represents a landmark that will restore the former image of Lubango city, said the minister of Urbanization and Housing, Branca do Espírito Santo.
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Minister of Urbanism and Housing, Branca do Espírito Santo, in the launching of integrated infrastructures of Lubango
Photo: Morais Silva
Speaking on Tuesday, on the sidelines of the awarding ceremony, witnessed by Minister of Finance, Archer Mangueira, and the Governor of Huíla, Marcelino Tyipinge, Branca do Espírito Santo, said that the project will give the city the farmer panorama and bring back our memories.
In his turn, the administrator of Lubango, Francisco Barros Leonardo, said the local administration and residents are very happy".
Barros Leonardo said that the works will start in the priority areas, and later extend to the periphery.
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