The building of Angola’s Council of Ministers, in Luanda, will be remodelled and expanded through a contract worth 17 million euros authorized by Angolan President João Lourenço.
According to an order of November 20, which Lusa had access to today, João Lourenço authorized the signing of a contract for a contract estimated at 6,082,671,547 kwanzas (about 17 million euros).
According to the Angolan head of state, the remodelling and expansion of the Council of Ministers building is “convenient” and the project aims to provide the infrastructure with better working conditions.
According to the document, the monitoring of the work will be the responsibility of the director of the Office of Special Works (GOE).
Created in 2014, by the then President of the Republic, José Eduardo dos Santos, the Office of Special Works is currently in charge of the works of the future Museum Center of Science and Technology in Luanda, as well as the project for the new Muxima, the largest Marian shrine in sub-Saharan Africa.