MPLA recommends more tactical strictness

  • Vice-presidente do MPLA, Luisa Damião, trabalha no Luena
Luena – Ruling MPLA party’s vice president Luísa Damião Saturday in Luena (Moxico) recommended the party’s youth wing (JMPLA) more strategic and tactical-operational rigor.

Speaking at a rally, ahead of the second inter-provincial meeting (Moxico, Lunda Sul and Lunda Norte), held in Luena, Luísa Damião directed the JMPLA to continue and intensify the political work.

Political work, according to Luísa Damião, requires strategic and tactical-operational rigor.

As for the party’s women wing (OMA), the politician urged for speed up the mobilisation of women to support the leader, President João Lourenço.

The MPLA vice-president highlighted that the party has "an enormous potential of people who work day and night, talented women full of determination, resilient and competent young people, brave and victorious men, and, above all, militants committed to the values ​​and principles of the party and the leader, strongly rooted in the founding values ​​of the glorious MPLA".

On Saturday, the MPLA vice-president paid tribute to King Mwene Mbandu III, sovereign of the Mbunda people, who died on 21 July last at the Moxico General Hospital (HGM), at 71 years of age, victim of illness.

Speaking at a rally, ahead of the second inter-provincial meeting (Moxico, Lunda Sul and Lunda Norte), held in Luena, Luísa Damião directed the JMPLA to continue and intensify the political work.

Political work, according to Luísa Damião, requires strategic and tactical-operational rigor.

As for the party’s women wing (OMA), the politician urged for speed up the mobilisation of women to support the leader, President João Lourenço.

The MPLA vice-president highlighted that the party has "an enormous potential of people who work day and night, talented women full of determination, resilient and competent young people, brave and victorious men, and, above all, militants committed to the values ​​and principles of the party and the leader, strongly rooted in the founding values ​​of the glorious MPLA".

On Saturday, the MPLA vice-president paid tribute to King Mwene Mbandu III, sovereign of the Mbunda people, who died on 21 July last at the Moxico General Hospital (HGM), at 71 years of age, victim of illness.