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Luanda's new governor wants to improve the city's image

The new governor of Luanda province, Ana Paula de Carvalho, established as a priority the resolution of the problem of solid waste and macro-drainage in the city.


Speaking to the press, after taking office this Thursday, Ana Paula de Carvalho said that Luanda is a province with problems and that there is a need to draw up short, medium and long-term programs involving administrators and the population.

"Right now, we have the situation of solid waste, which is one of the big problems. We also have the problem of macro-drainage, because houses were built in inappropriate places. There is a need to work with the residents and see in each one of the municipalities which are the main constraints," he said, in a statement that VerAngola had access to.

The governor of the capital of the country wants to count on the contribution of all the citizens with the purpose of improving the image and quality of life of the inhabitants of Luanda.

"We are counting on the participation of everyone, to give us a different image and work to improve the quality of life of the people of Luanda", she said.

In addition to the new governor of Luanda, the President of the Republic, João Lourenço, sworn in Manuel José da Costa Molares D'Abril and Hélio Delize Neto de Almeida, appointed as secretary of State for Spatial Planning and deputy governor of the province of Huíla for the Technical and Infrastructure sector, respectively.

In the end, the President wished to the new incumbents a lot of successes in the exercise of the functions that they started to perform officially as of this Thursday.