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Road opened in Cacuaco. Eight kilometers have costed one billion kwanzas

This Wednesday, an eight-kilometer road that links Vila da Funda to Mayé Mayé, in the municipality of Cacuaco, was inaugurated. The completion of the project – under construction for seven months – was attended by Ana Paula de Carvalho, provincial governor of Luanda.


The road was built under the Integrated Plan for Intervention in Municipalities (PIIM), with two lanes and vertical and horizontal signage. Both the construction company and the construction inspection company will be in charge of the maintenance of the road.

According to Angop, the road connects Funda's agricultural production area to the Mayé Mayé housing project.

Auxílio Jacob, municipal administrator of Cacuaco, admitted that there were major disturbances in the circulation between these two points, taking into account that Sequele is the most populous location in the city. The official also reported the difficulties experienced by the residents of Cacuaco when traveling to Funda.

These eight kilometers now inaugurated are part of a larger project, which totals 56 kilometers, also part of the PIIM. Full completion is expected within the next three months.

Within the scope of this project, there is a public tender for the lighting of the municipality's roads, in order to guarantee greater safety for the inhabitants.

The traditional authority of Sequele, José Sotto Maior António, highlighted the construction of the road, noting that residents often traveled on foot or by motorbike with children.

The eight kilometers of road cost the state's coffers more than one billion kwanzas.

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