MPLA wants greater cohesion among militants

Conda - The second provincial secretary of the ruling MPLA in the central Cuanza Sul Province, Agostinho Cassessa, appealed to the party’s militants for greater cohesion and organization in face of future political challenges, such as the general elections of 2022.

The official made this statement, last Saturday, in the municipality of Conda, during a political journey called “EME in Movement”, having asked MPLA activists to be more united and vigilant, taking into account the new transformations that the country is experiencing.

 

He said that despite the setbacks caused by Covid-19, MPLA militants must lend all their wisdom around the realization of the party's political agenda.

 

He urged action committees to be more dynamic and effective in implementing its programs so that the party can become stronger and stronger.

 

He asked young people of the MPLA to always respect their elders, national symbols, public and private property, as well as to engage in tasks aimed at maintaining peace and the social welfare of the population.

 

“MPLA youth must be well prepared to participate in the electoral process in 2022 and must not adhere to the demonstrations convened outside the law, at a time when the world fights against the COVID-19 pandemic”, he stressed.

The official made this statement, last Saturday, in the municipality of Conda, during a political journey called “EME in Movement”, having asked MPLA activists to be more united and vigilant, taking into account the new transformations that the country is experiencing.

 

He said that despite the setbacks caused by Covid-19, MPLA militants must lend all their wisdom around the realization of the party's political agenda.

 

He urged action committees to be more dynamic and effective in implementing its programs so that the party can become stronger and stronger.

 

He asked young people of the MPLA to always respect their elders, national symbols, public and private property, as well as to engage in tasks aimed at maintaining peace and the social welfare of the population.

 

“MPLA youth must be well prepared to participate in the electoral process in 2022 and must not adhere to the demonstrations convened outside the law, at a time when the world fights against the COVID-19 pandemic”, he stressed.