- A woman identified as Madame Sabena has been praised for her great effort towards education and welfare in Angola
- Madame Sabena is also credited with providing employment for around 400 people
- Among the things she built are a technical school and a hospital in Luanda
A video has surfaced online of a woman fondly called Madame Sabena who has contributed to education and health in Angola's capital, Luanda.
According to Agostinho Pereira de Miranda, who shared the video of a university construction project facilitated by Madame Sabena, these projects have given hope to many in Luanda.
Miranda said that the woman tirelessly worked to give Luanda, the country’s capital, a hospital and technical school in addition to the private university which already stands in the capital.
There are also 400 fully-trained Angolans who are employed full-time by Madame Sabena.
Some of the construction of the projects is still ongoing, as seen in the images.
Meanwhile, Kenya is hoping to boost its economy by building the first underwater museum in sub-Saharan Africa in a region renowned for its ancient shipwrecks.
Underwater museums have become global tourist phenomena and Kenya hopes to cash in on its natural beauty by joining other countries who have such facilities.
The museum will also feature an education centre which will focus on the preservation of underwater heritage in line with UNESCO standards.
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