Wed, 24 Apr 2019 09:01 - Updated Wed, 24 Apr 2019 09:01
Military Inspection focused on reinforcing control mechanisms
Luanda - The General Inspector of the National Defence Sector, Marques Correia Banza, last Tuesday called on the cadres of this area to reinforce their performance methods and control mechanisms.
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General Inspector of the National Defence Sector, Marques Correia Banza (file)
Photo: Clemente dos Santos
Speaking at the opening of the Military Inspector Week, happening from 23 to 26 April, Marques Correia Banza advocated permanent commitment of inspectors in their institutional activity.
The official deemed it fundamental for the military inspector to work in the sensitisation of managers on the use of resources at their disposal.
In view of this, he said, the country has signed an agreement with South Africa, a country with which the institution has been working in the inspection domain for several years now.
The Military Inspector Day is marked on 26 April.
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