March 14, 2016 at 7:00 pm #852
Angola, everything is in our hands, do not resign ourselves!
We have the opportunities to make our sovereign land, as was mentioned by the late president Dr. António Agostinho Neto ” that the industry is the basis and agriculture is the decisive factor of a country, the government of the nation within the available means seeks to develop this action under the guidance of the leadership of his excellency president José Eduardo Dos Santos, we must continue to mobilise Society in general to domestic production to meet the needs of the country, and looking for other side will raise levels of export, aiming to compete with other economies that are known, the potential of our soil needless quotes them,; However the government is not the only one responsible in this process, more yes all Angolans should make their contribution with the spirit of mission, the fatherland to their children not call commands.
We are capable of.
The process is dynamic and irreversible…March 14, 2016 at 7:21 pm #855
50 years late and disorganization
So many years of existence, he still can’t be and organise as a true political party.
Unita has no projects or concrete programmes to govern a great country like angola
It’s 50 years of lousy job and current president of unita can’t drive the boat the good port, which is why the unita is in this hole with no end and no prospect for the future.March 14, 2016 at 7:27 pm #856
In the name of the angolan people of cabinda to cunene, I hereby thank CDA PRESIDENT ENG. José Eduardo Dos Santos (our architect of peace), For your commitment and dedication to destinations of Angola.
The Lord is without a shadow of a doubt the most important factor in the contribution to the development and growth of Angola.
Of cabinda cunene thank you very much to the CDA President.
The development and growth of Angola I just don’t see who doesn’t want to see.
Long live peace and national reconciliation.
Mpla with the people on the road to victory
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