According to a communiqué from the Government of the Province of Luanda, which VerAngola had access to, the inauguration of the road, whose work lasted a year, was carried out by the governor of Luanda, Manuel Homem.
"It is an important infrastructure built in the village of Kilunda, up to the bridge over the Zenza river, with about eight kilometers, which, among other aspects, will bring greater mobility to the citizens and encourage agricultural development in the commune of Funda, municipality of Cacuaco", says the note.
In the statement, the provincial government also stressed that "the village of Kilunda is a potentially agricultural area", and the reopening of this road "will also facilitate the flow of products from farmers for their commercialization".
"We have come to materialize in these kilometres, what we have identified as a great concern for the populations of Funda", said, on the occasion, Manuel Homem, in statements to the press, quoted by Angop.
Auzílio Jacob, municipal administrator of Cacuaco, said it was "fundamental" to take care of the road: "It is essential that citizens take care of it and that they understand that this new road has brought development, despite still lacking public lighting", he said. , also mentioned by Angop.
It should be noted that the inauguration ceremony was witnessed by Auzílio Jacob, as well as provincial directors, advisers and traditional authorities.