Tue, 01 Aug 2017 13:26 - Updated Tue, 01 Aug 2017 13:26
Angola: Transport Minister hands over public buses in Malanje
Luanda - The Angolan Transport minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, is paying this Tuesday a few-hour working visit to the northern Malanje province, where he is handing over more than twenty buses of passengers in the rural, urban and inter-municipal areas.
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Malanje to have public buses
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In brief statements to ANGOP, without giving the exact number of vehicles to be delivered to local operators, the official said that he is going to Malange as part of the programme of delivery of means of public transport for people and goods.
According to the minister, after Benguela, Cabinda, Huambo, Zaire, Namibe, Luanda, Bié, Cuanza Norte, Malanje is on Tuesday benefiting from these means and on Wednesday Uíge will be the next beneficiary.
"The ministry is going to continue this programme that serves to strengthen the capacity of transportation throughout the national territory”, he explained.
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