According to Angop, after the training, the employees will work in shifts 24 hours a day, and the recruitment will cover the technical and operations areas.
Commissioner Carlos Albino, general coordinator of the centre, said that the infrastructure contract – valued at 15 billion, 933 million and 175 thousand kwanzas – is 90 percent completed.
Without advancing dates, the official explained that as soon as the technological conditions are created, a technical meeting will be held to mark the specific date of the inauguration in the calendar.
Cited by Angop, commissioner Carlos Albino revealed that, shortly, the equipping phase will start, both in terms of mobile and telecommunication means.
He also took the opportunity to mention that the center aims to carry out a more reliable communication work, in order to protect and maintain public order and added that CISP Huíla will enable citizens of Lubango to interact with the public security forces by telephone. (terminal 111).