Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:49 - Updated Thu, 07 Jun 2012 17:49
President's secretary happy with Buco-Zau, Cacongo projects
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Cabinda – The secretary to the president of the Republic for Social Affairs, Rosa Pacavira, said Wednesday in northern Cabinda province she was satisfied with the 200 houses project underway in the municipalities of Buço-Zau and Cacongo, 120 and 40 kilometres north of the provincial capital city.
On her third day of visit to Cabinda, Rosa Pacavira also visited the construction of 150 houses in the localities of Catabuanga and Lites (Buco-Zau) and 50 others in Conde Malonda village, whose implementation is in final stage, all under the rural integrated development programme in the region.
Speaking at the end of a visit to the locality of Chinfuca, the official admitted there is a hard work awaiting the companies involved in the contracts, especially concerning the 200 houses projects of Buco-Zau and Cacongo that will gain 100 residences each by August this year.
Rosa Pacavira’s delegation includes the secretary of State for Agriculture, José Amaro Tati, the deputy ministers of Social Communication, Manuel Miguel de Carvalho "Wadijimbi", Education, Ana Paula Inês, and Territory Administration, Cremildo Paca.