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Provincial Government of Benguela inaugurates administrative complex with five buildings

The governor of Benguela province, Luís Nunes, inaugurated this Tuesday a new administrative complex comprising five buildings, with four floors each, and which will house the nine provincial departments of the Government of Benguela. The work was budgeted at 500 million kwanzas.


The complex, located on Rua de Angola, has 40 offices, where nine provincial departments will operate: Education; Health; Social Action, Family and Gender Equality; Environment, Waste Management and Community Services; Former Combatants and Veterans of the Homeland; Records and Administrative Modernization; Transport, Traffic and Urban Mobility; Integrated Economic Development and Culture, Tourism, Youth and Sports.

After the ribbon-cutting, the governor of the province stated that, with this inauguration, the population of Benguela can expect better public services, since until now the directorates did not function in decent conditions for a better provision of support to the citizens.

In a statement from the Provincial Government of Benguela (GPB) to which VerAngola had access, Luís Nunes guaranteed that the government will continue to work so that Benguela is even better and can receive more visits and investors.

Questioned by Angop about the future of the former GPB facilities, the official explained that they were leased, having been handed over to their owners. Already some buildings, part of the provincial government's assets, should be reclassified.

About the new complex, the provincial director of Transport, said it was a "relief" for several citizens who traveled 45 minutes to Lobito to deal with certain documents. For Kátia Cachuco, the new infrastructure will shorten distances and allow processes to be handled more quickly. "Although the municipality of Lobito is strategic for transport, this change will not pinch the administrative dynamics of the institution", she clarified.

The provincial director of Education, Edmundo Salupula, said that the new facilities bring more dignity to users, while making administrative work more efficient.

Samuel Maleze, director for Integrated Economic Development agreed, explaining that, until now, the services in his area were shared, being now articulated with the remaining areas of the provincial government. "The various licensing services, such as commercial, industrial, mineral resources, among others, will now be carried out in a single building", he clarified.

On the sidelines of the inauguration, the Governor handed over the multi-sports field “14 de Abril”, which was also the subject of requalification works.

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