MPLA reaffirms commitment for population's well being

  • Vice-presidente do MPLA no Uíge, Luísa Damião
Cuanza Norte - The MPLA vice-president, Luísa Damião, reaffirmed today (Saturday), in Ndalatando, Cuanza Norte province, her party's commitment to the Angolans' welfare and the country's development.

According to the party leader, MPLA remains committed to the country and Angolans, that is why it is developing a set of political, economic and social reforms, always thinking of the welfare of citizens.

The partisan stressed that, in this sense, the government is developing projects such as the Integrated Programme for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM) and the Monetary Transfers (Kwenda), directed at improving the life of Angolans.

In relation to the concerns presented by the population of Cuanza Norte, mainly about social conditions, the lack of basic social services, the degradation of access roads and the increase in the cost of living, Damião asked the population to continue to trust the Angolan government.

"I would like to leave a word of hope, optimism and encouragement for the people of Cuanza Norte. You can continue to trust the Angolan Government, that is committed to solving the population's problems, from Cabinda to Cunene," she said at the end of a four-day visit to the province.   

According to the party leader, MPLA remains committed to the country and Angolans, that is why it is developing a set of political, economic and social reforms, always thinking of the welfare of citizens.

The partisan stressed that, in this sense, the government is developing projects such as the Integrated Programme for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM) and the Monetary Transfers (Kwenda), directed at improving the life of Angolans.

In relation to the concerns presented by the population of Cuanza Norte, mainly about social conditions, the lack of basic social services, the degradation of access roads and the increase in the cost of living, Damião asked the population to continue to trust the Angolan government.

"I would like to leave a word of hope, optimism and encouragement for the people of Cuanza Norte. You can continue to trust the Angolan Government, that is committed to solving the population's problems, from Cabinda to Cunene," she said at the end of a four-day visit to the province.