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Kyaku Kyadaff opens its own space with bar, restaurant and pool

Kyaku Kyadaff decided to bet on the business of entrepreneurship: the singer built his own living space. The "Bar Lounge & Pool" building is located on the Expressway and was inaugurated last October 10th, Saturday.

: Platinaline
Platinaline  

The space, which took about a year and a half to be ready, consists of a bar, restaurant, party room and pool.

According to the singer, the "Bar Lounge & Pool" will serve to help the residents of that area have fun without having to travel to the city center: "People here will no longer need to travel to the gatherings in the city center, because one of our goals is to present several festivals with singers of different age groups and other nationalities, because we want to show that within the neighborhoods it is possible to perform harmonious and euphoric concerts," said Kyaku Kyadaff in an interview with the Platinaline.

Admitting that the business of entrepreneurship is hard and that it takes a lot of commitment and dedication, the artist stated that it is necessary to invest in the country. "There is a proverb, in my language Kikongo, that says: 'While you are walking, you should always drop something, so that when you return, you can recognize the path,' that is, we are singers, when we earn some money, we must implement to help others and this policy of entrepreneurship ends up benefiting young people and clearly help the government in the youth employability congestion," said the artist.

Kyaku Kyadaff thanked all the support he received from family and friends, and revealed that he was very happy to see his colleagues "honoring this very important moment in my life, because the more we help each other and are united, the better, the money in Angola will only be a reality when we start to give credibility to the Angolan product, and this is synonymous with the diversification of the economy from us and not from the Government, what the Government should do is implement public policies to help private people carry out their duties," he concluded.

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