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Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:48 - Updated Tue, 24 Sep 2019 17:47

Governor recommends responsibility in IMAM management

Malanje - The provincial governor of Malanje, Norberto dos Santos "Kwata Kanawa", recommends responsibility and internal discipline to the new directorate of the Malanje High Agrarian Institute (IMAM), inaugurated on Tuesday in this city.

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The governor said that it was necessary for a new administration of IMAM to recover an image of the institution, training young people able to put into practice everything they learn in the area of ​​crop production and construction.

Kwata Kanawa, who was speaking at an inauguration ceremony of IMAM Director General Manuel Osorio, called for a new management to combat alcohol and other drugs entering the institution, expressing involvement with the staff who abandoned their students at the boarding school institution without moral, financial or material support.

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