Angolan minister of Energy and Water,
The official said so at the ceremony to deliver the certificates and closing of course on "Training programme in electrical systems".
The official said that the training is a growing demand in the sector.
"The new infrastructure and trained personnel will help minimise power outages and provide the population with an excellent service," he said.
Meanwhile, the minister praised the initiative of the
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