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Fri, 02 Feb 2018 17:07 - Updated Fri, 02 Feb 2018 17:06

Firefighters informed on February 4

Luanda - Staff of Fire Brigade Department (SPCB) have been informed on the importance of historical date of February 4", the beginning of Armed struggle in Angola.

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This was during a lecture on the theme "February 4 Lessons Learned in Search of Integrity", ran by historian Patrício Batiskama.

The lecturer stressed the importance of the start of  armed struggle in Angola, during which thousands of national citizens lost their lives.

According to the source, the meeting is intended to  revive the memories and remember those who fought for a common good and decisive for the independence of Angola.

Patrício Batiskama considered the young firemen as  everyday’s heroes about what was the process of armed struggle in our country.

According to him, those who gave their lives for the well-being of the Angolan people are a model that the young people should take example of.

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