Wed, 03 Jan 2018 10:43 - Updated Wed, 03 Jan 2018 10:44
Opposition Unita leader optimistic about Huambo Province's development
Huambo - The president of the country's main opposition party, Unita, Isaías Samakuva, last Tuesday in the central Huambo Province expressed his optimism about a rapid development of this region, considering the actions inserted in the programme of the local government.
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Isaías Samakuva, President of UNITA party.
Speaking to the press, after a meeting with the provincial governor of Huambo, João Baptista Kussumua, the leader of the country’s largest opposition party, Isaías Samakuva, admitted that there is goodwill on the part of the local authorities to make Huambo become a prosperous province.
He also exhorted the authorities to execute, with rigour and responsibility, the actions contained in the development plan for the next five years.
In regard to the meeting with the provincial governor, Isaías Samakuva said that it was productive and served to analyse the province’s current social, economic and productive situation, as well as the action plans turned to the improvement of people’s living standard.
Isaías Samakuva, who arrived in Huambo last Monday, is scheduled to travel to the neighbouring Bié Province on Wednesday, where he is also to hold a meeting with governor Boavida Neto and learn of the Bié’s socioeconomic endeavours.
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