Sat, 09 Sep 2017 13:25 - Updated Sat, 09 Sep 2017 13:28
Moxico: Church councils hope solutions to problems
Luena - The Councils of Christian Churches represented in the eastern Moxico province said to expect the new Angolan Government that emerged from the general elections of August 23 to stick to the solution pledges of social and economic issues that afflict the population.
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Provincial delegate of CIRA, Bishop Macano kamuimba Marcos Pedro
Photo: kinda kyungu
This was during a press conference convened to congratulate the MPLA and its Presidential candidate, João Lourenço, on victory in the elections.
The Bishop Macano Kamuimba Pedro, who spoke on behalf of the Councils, encouraged the new Government to fulfill and solve the water, housing, energy, jobs problems, among others.
He reaffirmed the willingness of Christian churches in Moxico to continue to collaborate with the State in all its activities aimed at improving the lives of the population.
Macano Kamuimba Pedro recalled that the confidence of the people deposited in the polls should be compensated by actions aimed at developing the region.
On the other hand, the church authority called on other political parties to respect the final results announced by the National Electoral Commission (CNE).
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