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Since Wednesday of last week, Frelimo’s central brigades, which provide assistance to the provinces have new leadership. Some leaders have been moved from one province to another, while others have been appointed for the first time.
The Political Commission appointed the following to the posts detailed:
Maputo City – Esperança Bias and Bruno Morgado;
Maputo province – Carmelita Namashulua;
Gaza province – Conceição Sortane and Arlindo Chilundo;
Inhambane province – Alcinda de Abreu and Chakil Abubacar;
Sofala province – Sérgio Pantie and Celmira da Silva;
Manica province – Filipe Paúnde and Leonor das Neves;
Tete province – Luísa Diogo and Eduardo Mariano Abdula;
Zambézia province – Basílio Monteiro;
Nampula province – Margarida Talapa and Carlos Mesquita;
Cabo Delgado province – Eduardo Mulembuè and Cidália Chaúque;
Niassa province – Aires Ali and Atanasio M’Tumuke.
Of the new heads of central brigades, only Carmelita Namashulua and Luísa Diogo are not members of the Frelimo Political Commission.
Alberto Chipande, Eneas Comiche, Verónica Macamo, Raimundo Pachinuapa, Manuel Tomé, Tomás Salomão, Ana Rita Sithole, Carlos Agostinho do Rosário and Nyeleti Mondlane, all members of the Political Commission, are no longer on the list of heads of central brigades.
The Political Commission’s Wednesday’s meeting also created a central office for preparation for the elections, led by the party’s secretary general, Roque Silva. Celso Correia, a member of the central committee and Minister of Land, Environment and Rural Development, was appointed director of the Frelimo campaign for the presidential, legislative and provincial elections on October 15.
Manuel Tomé, who headed the central brigade of Zambézia, became head of Mobilisation and Communication, with party spokesman Caifadine Manasse his deputy.
By Emídio BeúlaSource: O País
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