Luanda — Leaders of various religious denominations in the province of Luanda Thursday showed willing to work with the governor, Joana Lina to improve the living conditions of the people and raise awareness of families for the prevention of the covid-19 pandemic.
During a meeting with governor Joana Lina, religious leaders expressed interest in strengthening cooperation with the Provincial Government of Luanda (GPL), in the various awareness campaigns conducted by the Government.
She said that the church will always be available to participate in the Government programs, in the sensitization of the populations for the rescue of moral and civic values, fight against corruption, domestic violence and against covid -19.
For priest António Bengui, the Catholic Church is available to collaborate in matters of common interest, "because they are to serve the citizen and will continue to pray for the governor to continue to receive wisdom in managing the new mission.
"CICA is a partner of the Angolan government, that is why they can always count on our support to improve the governance of the province," she said.