Thu, 06 Aug 2020 14:50 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 14:47
Governor wants joint work to fight hunger
Sumbe - The governor of Kwanza Sul, Job Capapinha, considered this Wednesday in Sumbe, imperative the interconnection of agricultural and livestock activities in the fight against hunger and poverty in the province.
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Speaking in the inauguration of members of the local government, the leader called on farmers, livestock farmers and those responsible for fishing and tourism to become more involved in socio-economic life, as they are key sectors for the stabilization of families.
He called for more work to create food self-sufficiency and leverage the economy in the province.
Three directors, two deputy municipal administrators and an advisor were invested in the local government this Wednesday, to whom asked hard work.
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