The province of Benguela gained this Saturday, November 19, new social infrastructures, built within the scope of the Municipalities Integrated Intervention Plan, inaugurated by Governor Luís Nunes, in the province’s seat municipality.
These are a National Police Station and an Artisan Workshop, both located on the waterfront of Praia Morena.
The Police Station has four (4) saddles, two for men and an equal number of women, with capacity for about 30 detainees, one (1) gunsmith, several offices, duly equipped, a meeting room, picket, bedrooms, kitchen and the cafeteria.
The Craft Workshop has one (1) room for painting, one (1) workshop for crafts and two (2) WC, all equipped.
On the occasion, the Provincial Governor, Luís Nunes, said that the Government is fulfilling the promises made in favor of the well-being of the populations.
“The Government’s concern will always be the well-being of the population, which is why social projects will receive special attention”, said the minister.
Luís Nunes pointed out the provision of drinking water to the population as another concern of the government, which will be resolved.
Residents heard by Correio da Kianda say that these are works that not only gave a better image to the Praia Morena waterfront but, in the case of the police station, will bring greater security to the bathing area’s visitors.
“We are happy, the police station will bring greater security to all of us. We can leave here late, but always safe and for art lovers, I hope you can make the most of the artisanal workshop”, said university student, Joana Gilayohenda.