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Students Move into New School in Luanda, Angola
Date:2020-01-21 VisitCount: Font size:[ L M S ]

At the beginning of the new year, students in Luanda, the capital of Angola, were greeted with a big surprise. The 3,000 sets of supporting schools for the resettlement housing project undertaken by CGGC’s Sambizanga Social Houses and Infrastructure Construction Project Department in Angola were formally handed over.

In that morning, a large number of people and student representatives from Luanda, Angola, arrived early at the school gate to welcome the arrival of Sergio Joaquim, the Provincial Governor of Luanda, with singing and dancing.

A bright and tidy corner of the campus

The ribbon cutting ceremony was held in a strong and joyful atmosphere. Governor Sergio personally unveiled the school and gave a speech, thanking CGGC for its tireless efforts in building the new town; he also planted an evergreen seedling together with the Minister of Education to symbolize the long-lasting friendship between China and Angola.

The Minister of Education plants an evergreen seedling that symbolizes friendship

Then, the Director of CGGC’s Sambizanga Project Department led the delegation of Governor Sergio to visit the school and introduce the implementation of the project; he handed over the key of the school to the local mayor, marking the formal handover of the school.

Director of CGGC’s Sambizanga Project Department introduces the project to the Governor (second from the right)

Local authoritative media carries out live coverage at the first time

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