Tue, 04 Aug 2020 11:11 - Updated Tue, 04 Aug 2020 11:10
Cabinda: Governor defends closer collaboration with population
Cabinda - Governor of the northern Cabinda province Marcos Alexandre Nhunga urged Monday the municipal administrators to get closer to the members of the civil society to ensure a transparent management in the community’s development projects.
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Governor of Cabinda - Marcos Alexandre Nhunga
The governor was speaking at the swearing in ceremony of the new administrator for Cabinda municipality, Helena Marciano, on Monday.
He said the working model will help the municipal administrators make decisions, in collaboration with the civil society, that improve the people’s living conditions.
Nhunga called for special attention to Cabinda municipality, home to 65 per cent of the province’s residents.
Cabinda municipality should deserve special attention for the success of social projects, with stress to the improvement of basic sanitation, energy and water, roads and environmental park, said Marcos Nhunga.
The governor also recommended the municipal administrations to monitor the projects so that the contractors meet the deadlines.
Helena Marta Marciano, who was appointed last Friday as the new administrator of Cabinda, takes over from José Mangovo Tomé.
Cabinda has an estimated population of more than 400,000 inhabitants.
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