A video is being aired on social media where the “kuduro” style musician, Scró que Cuia, appears dancing erotically, wearing only shorts, which is deserving disapproval from several internet users, including academics, art makers and Angolan politicians, due to the fact that he presented himself at a school institution.
CASA-CE was not exempt from these voices. The reaction of the third largest political force in Angola comes from the National Executive Secretary of the MPA, the female arm of the Coalition, led by Manuel Fernandes, the pedagogue, Analtilde Freire, stating that “this is an act of disapproval and we ask for accountability from that institution school.
The MPA leader also said that the school is a place where students go to be instructed and educated, and not to observe anything immoral”.
“The school is one of the social agents, where the Teaching and Learning process takes place and, at the same time, the teacher also Educates”, said the policy
Analtilde Freire exemplified that just as a teacher draws attention to how they should dress their students or how the student says an obscene word, so too, a musician should not be allowed to present themselves in this way in a school.
“We want an Angola where Education is the highest point and our young people leave our schools well instructed and educated, in order to guarantee a better future”, he concluded.