Fri, 24 Nov 2017 07:48 - Updated Fri, 24 Nov 2017 07:49
State secretary appeals for youths' mercy
Luanda - The secretary of State for Mass Media, Celso Malavoloneke, last Wednesday in Luanda invited young people to be merciful towards others, with a view to contributing to the edification of more just society.
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Celso Malavoloneke, secretary of State for Mass Media
Photo: Cortesia de: Ana Ramos
The government official was speaking to the Ekuikui II Secondary School students, at a lecture on “Instructing the youth to make a healthy use of the new technologies”, in the ambit of the National Educators Day, marked on November 22.
He said mercy is a divine quality that fills a person with grace and tenderness.
He went on to say that students should be like scouts, knowing that in treading a certain path they can find good and bad things and make the right choice for their own success.
“To be a good scout implies extraordinary qualities as a person, a citizen, diligence, good behaviour and good performance in school, at home, in church and in society”, he emphasised.
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