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Source: The Holy See in the Italian

Headline: AFRICA/ANGOLA – A missionary: in the outskirts of Luanda, the poor are always the most generous

Luanda – “Here in the great northern outskirts of Luanda, district of Kikolo, for now, you survive: the cases of infected by the Covid-19 there are many more of those that says the government,” he writes to Fides Agency Fr Renzo Adorni, a priest of the Society for African Missions. “Estimates of the civil society in the whole of Angola would be a few thousand instead of the hundred is declared in the official figures. The majority are young people and also boys, but the dead are just a few. And then, ‘God is african’, as it says here, the people, and takes care of them with the most kindness,” – adds the dedicated missionary in the parish of Bom Pastor. “Certainly our people have the most strength and antibodies, it observed, also due to the various pandemics suffered throughout their history. However, now, we have gone from ‘curfew’ to the ‘state of calamity’: Luanda is always isolated and surrounded by the army. Do not exit and do not enter our Province. They are manned even the rivers that form the border of the Province. But at least they let us keep the open-air market three days a week, otherwise people would die of hunger.”

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