On the occasion, João Lourenço also promised that the 500 houses project will be delivered "soon", having said that they continue to appeal to "other actors" to "not give up" on the housing sector.
"We continue to appeal to other actors not to give up on this niche market that is housing", he said, quoted by Jornal de Angola.
The also MPLA candidate for President of the Republic considered that due to "very good will and resources" that the State has to build more centralities, it is not enough if other 'players' "do not enter the field", writes Jornal de Angola.
He took the opportunity to also reveal that the road that connects Malanje to Caculama should be ready in December.
In his speech, he also considered that there should be more investment in the agriculture sector, with the aim of making the country self-sufficient in terms of food production.
"We are rich, we aspire to be an industrialized country, but with agriculture always in mind," he said.
According to Angop, the MPLA candidate referred to Malanje's ability to produce surpluses to be exported, leaving an incentive for the production of rice, corn, wheat and cotton, adding that that province "is a blessed land, it has everything, good climate and good lands".
In addition, he also took the opportunity to appeal to private entrepreneurs: to invest in the tourist sector, which is considered one of the biggest attractions in that province.