Angolan minister of Territory Administration (MAT) Dionísio Manuel da Fonseca Tuesday asked the residents’ commissions of the municipality of Cuito, central Bié province, to support for the preservation of public assets, in favor of the well-being of the communities.
Speaking at the meeting he held with the Cuito residents’ commissions, as part of his visit to Bié, the official also highlighted the role of the residents’ commissions in the execution of public policies, mainly in the most pressing problems in the neighborhoods and communities.
Therefore, he asked these institutions to collaborate with government authorities in approving any projects aimed at citizens, taking into account the active participation of the commissions that the State needs.
In turn, the local governor, Pereira Alfredo, said that the local Government, despite registering good results from the actions and projects obtained, has the social sector as a priority, especially to improve the distribution of energy, water, construction of schools, health units and other areas.
Pereira Alfredo also pointed out to continue actions to improve access roads, assistance to peasants for agricultural promotion, among others, with a view to boosting the socio-economic development of Bié.
Source: Angola Press News Agency (APNA)