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Wed, 25 Sep 2019 17:38 - Updated Wed, 25 Sep 2019 17:38

Angop chairperson reiterates permanent staff training

Luanda - Angola News Agency (Angop)'s CEO has defended the need to reinforce the skill of the company's staff in order to respond to the future challenges.

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ANGOP CEO Josué Isaías

Photo: Gaspar dos Santos/ARQUIVO

Josué Isaías made this statement Wednesday in Luanda at the opening ceremony of the training for the company's staff on Television and Multimedia techniques.

He considered necessary to carry out training actions, so that professionals can perform their tasks faster, with practice and quality.

According to Josué Isaías, in order for the institution to achieve its goals, it is necessary to use internal resources.

 “We believe that the knowledge, experience and the way the training is being provided will meet the company's expectations, making it an essential tool for the best quality of work and contribute to the success and image of Angop, ”he stated.

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