Thu, 05 Oct 2017 16:45 - Updated Thu, 05 Oct 2017 16:44
Bié: Governor praises RNA provincial broadcaster programs
Cuito - The governor of Bié province, Álvaro Manuel Boavida Neto, praised Thursday the programs of the local Broadcaster of National Radio of Angola (RNA), confessing that he is a frequent listener.
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Visita do governador do Bié à emissora provincial da RNA.
Photo: LEONARDO CASTRO
Boavida Neto, who visited the premises of the Bié provincial radio station on the occasion of RNA's 40th birthday (October 5), said that its programs are "good to hear: both entertainment and informative, judging by the focus of every matter".
"The journalists of this public media have been covering, reporting and debating with the utmost responsibility and commitment," he said, noting that 70 percent of the workers in this body are young people who must be well used to build a democratic and law-abiding, starting with the freedom of the press, "he said.
The governor reaffirmed his willingness to continue to support radio institutionally, stressing that all "the problems afflicting the body are within his domain."
Fernando Martins Chicapa, head of production at the provincial radio station, said that his broadcast is installed in 90 percent of the entire Bié territory, 24 hours a day, with 19 hours dedicated to local broadcasting.
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