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Fri, 20 Dec 2019 13:28 - Updated Fri, 20 Dec 2019 13:28

Angolan President Inaugurates housing project in Luanda

Luanda - Angolan President, João Lourenço, inaugurated on Thursday, a new housing project dubbed Zango 5 made up by 7,964 houses located in Viana Municipality, Luanda.

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President João Lourenço with pupils of a school in Zango 5 housing project

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

President João Lourenço unveils Zango-5 housing project (Luanda)

Photo: Rosário dos Santos

The Angolan Head of State, who was accompanied by the First Lady of the Republic, Ana Dias Lourenço, watched a projection video of the construction stages of the housing project designed to accommodate 47,784 inhabitants.

The president also inaugurated a primary school with 24 classrooms to join the existing six schools in the district in which more than 11, 000 vacancies will be available for the next school year.

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