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Streets of the capital fill with colour: young people inaugurate a mural with images of prevention against covid-19

The fight against covid-19 is a joint fight and, in order to alert the population, the Brigade of Young Plastic Artists (BJAP) decided to paint a mural allusive to the disease. The first mural of this project, which has already been inaugurated, is in the municipality of Cazenga.


However, the BJAP does not want to stop there: the aim is to colour and give 'life' to the walls of the streets of the capital. Adam Mussungo, BJAP coordinator, explained that the aim is to take the project to all the municipalities of Luanda.

The first walls to come to life are located on C Street, in Kimakieze district, in Cazenga municipality.

The mural, which has already been inaugurated, was painted by the hands of Adam Mussungo, Anderson Zola, Samu Arte, Ladislau Useca and João Franco.

In a statement to the Angolan newspaper Jornal de Angola, the responsible stressed that the fact that they are giving life to the various walls of the capital aims to convey messages of prevention and education about covid-19.

Designated as "Together Let's Win Coronavirus", this project will not be limited to the urban streets of Luanda. Adam Mussungo also made it known that the BJAP wants to take this educational art to suburban areas and for this reason they have already asked the municipal administrations for help.


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