Governor expects great times for Cunene province

  • Governadora Provincial do Cunene, Gerdina Didalelwa
Cunene - The Cunene provincial governor, Gerdina Didalelwa, rejoiced today, Saturday, in Ondjiva, with the prompt intervention of the Government to respond with assertive measures to the drought problem in the region, which are determinant to boost development in the next years.

Speaking to the press at the end of the visit of the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, who came to the region to outline strategies to fight the drought, he highlighted the fact that the government had mobilised financial resources to implement structuring projects in this field.

The governor also underlined the announcement, outside local predictions, of another project that has to do with the construction of the water transfer system for the regions located on the right bank of the Cunene River, which joins the three structuring projects approved in 2019.

Therefore, Gernida Didalelwa considered the President of the Republic's working day in Cunene "very fruitful," as pragmatic actions were defined to combat drought, which affects over 500,000 people.

"It was a great surprise for the positive, mainly by the fact that the populations that suffer from this evil in the municipalities of Cahama and Curoca were also covered," she stressed.

Speaking to the press at the end of the visit of the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, who came to the region to outline strategies to fight the drought, he highlighted the fact that the government had mobilised financial resources to implement structuring projects in this field.

The governor also underlined the announcement, outside local predictions, of another project that has to do with the construction of the water transfer system for the regions located on the right bank of the Cunene River, which joins the three structuring projects approved in 2019.

Therefore, Gernida Didalelwa considered the President of the Republic's working day in Cunene "very fruitful," as pragmatic actions were defined to combat drought, which affects over 500,000 people.

"It was a great surprise for the positive, mainly by the fact that the populations that suffer from this evil in the municipalities of Cahama and Curoca were also covered," she stressed.