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Sat, 05 Jan 2019 16:14 - Updated Sat, 05 Jan 2019 16:14

Tocoista Church sets priorities for 2019

Luanda - The construction of a University Clinic, the online transmission of Radio services and the continuous improvement of teaching and learning are pointed out as priorities of the Tocoist Church for the current year (2019).

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Bishop of Tocoista Church, Dom Afonso Nunes

Photo: Tarcísio Vilela

Speaking on Friday at the New Year greetings ceremony, the bishop of the congregation, Dom Afonso Nunes, announced that the university clinic will have two twin blocks, with four floors.

The infrastructure, he said, will occupy a floor area of 6,000 square meters and will have capacity for 136 beds.

The construction of the clinic aims to create the bases for the medical course that the Tocoista Higher Polytechnic InstituteTocoista intends to lecture.

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