Sat, 05 Sep 2009 16:00 - Updated Sat, 05 Sep 2009 15:59
Anglican Church donates various products to Congo detention centre
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Uíge – Anglican Church in Angola choir group “Zola” handed over on Friday a donation made up of soap, mosquito nets and others, to prisoners in Congo detention Centre, in the northern Uíge Province, as a way of manifesting their solidarity to prison staff.
The gesture is part of an evangelization programme that the religious group is implementing from Friday to Sunday in Uíge Province.
The religious organization donated also some toys and boxes of soap to the paediatric ward of the provincial hospital, with the same objective.
Members of the Zola Choir group, led by Rodrigues Pedro Banza, visited also the provincial radio station.
According to the programme, the choir will also travel to Songo District for a music concert and visit the Episcopal Delegation of that district.