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Luanda has a new school ready to welcome more than 500 students

There are seven classrooms, prepared to receive more than 500 years. This is the most recent school in the capital, inaugurated on Monday in Kima Kieza, municipality of Cazenga.


Inserted in the Integrated Plan for the Intervention of Municipalities (PIIM), school number 3126, now called 'Maria Cerqueira' in honor of the teacher and nationalist, was officially opened by the governor of Luanda, Ana Paula de Carvalho.

Built in the 11 de Novembro district, urban district of Kima Kieza, the institution will have 504 students, who will attend from the first year to the fourth grade, in rotating shifts in the morning and in the afternoon.

As for numbers, the infrastructure was built and equipped in a period of two months, having been implemented in an area of ​​433 square meters. According to Angop, the total investment reached 127 million kwanzas.

At the inauguration, Ana Paula de Carvalho was pleased with the completion of yet another PIIM project that will respond to the population's wishes. The governor of Luanda stated that she hopes that more students will enter the education system and benefit from basic education.

The municipal administrator of Cazenga, Tomás Bica, was pleased with the tribute to Maria Cerqueira, a nationalist who made available the space where the school was built.

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