On the occasion, Isaías Kalunga, president of the CNJ, explained that any young person can run and assured that the CNJ will continue to work in the sense of "breaking the barrier" that "very low class young people will not be able to graduate".
"Any young person can apply, writing only for the direction of the CNJ, obviously they will be admitted to continue their training. We CNJ will continue to work by signing memoranda with the most varied institutions of higher education to break the barrier for which I said that the very low class young people will not be able to graduate," he said, quoted by Rádio Nacional de Angola (RNA).
The president of the CNJ also reiterated that they have "co-funded scholarship and scholarship at zero cost".
In turn, António Lwuengo, responsible for ISPOB, said that although it is a recent educational establishment – from 2019 – they intend to cooperate in the training of young people and contribute to their social inclusion, writes Angop.
According to Angop, since 2008, the year in which it was founded, the CNJ has offered 32,000 scholarships for higher education.