Cabinda – Home Affairs vice minister, José Bamóquina Zau, who is paying a four-day working visit to the sector's organs in the northern Cabinda province voiced concern about the flow of illegal immigration recorded over the last months in the region.
José Bamóquina Zau, who was speaking Wednesday at the end of his visit to the locality of Miconje, municipality of Belize, called for the need to reverse the situation.
The Home Affairs official underlined the need to implement soon the revitalization process of the border areas of the regions of Maiombe, Massabi and Yabi through the creation of bases that will help manager the situation.
He also stressed that in the context of modernisation and construction of police infrastructures in the country, the municipalities of Cabinda province will benefit from the building project of units in districts headquarters.
During his stay in Belize municipality, José Bamóquina Zau, who visited the locality of Miconje toured the recently rehabilitated and asphalted stretch connecting the communal headquarters of Miconje and the villages of Alto Sundi, Bulo and Caio Nguembo.
He also learned of the readiness of the local police forces as well as the progress of social infrastructures in Belize municipality.