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The governor of Nampula, Victor Borges, has been living in the Grand Plaza Hotel for about three months because of the rats that have overtaken his official residence, Folha de Maputo reports today.
According to a “letter of commitment and cadastre” from the governor’s office that Folha de Maputo has seen [pictured], Governor Borges’s stay in the hotel is only temporary, “until the habitability of the governmental palace is restored”.
Some maintain this is an unnecessary expense, since all governors have a house for guests, and the governor opting to live in an hotel instead is not justified.
A provincial government source confirmed to Folha de Maputo that work is currently under way in the building in question, but that paying for the governor’s stay in the hotel will not be over any time soon.Source: Folha de Maputo
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