‘Ndengue of Kilamba’ by Jose Carlos Moreno Ribeiro

When I got the Financial Times (www.ft.com) report on a city designed as ‘ghost town’, sometime before I’ve felling that anything should be done to try the best way to discover another reality inside Kilamba’s area of buildings; this way, not forgetting my position as subscriber of this European newspaper through email access. Of course, I’ve begin describing what has been the transfer of my family from a local kind of shanty, called here musseque(1)in the capital of Angola, to a new habitable quarter, the Kilamba Kiaxi, nothing more than a new Luanda nice outskirt. Anybody is ready to find the local ‘via expresso’ or mean road arround the Luanda physical century, at the principal access to Kilamba entry from which night light seems a new city next to this useful displacement area. At Kilamba I found a modeled apartment exposing Chinese architecture inserted on the agreement between Angola governement and their one to execute many small towns all around this African country since last 2012. With this tryial of blogs I am looking to set all my texts in this outlined first book under my nickname while a well known citizen by people like the lawyer who accept to write the preface presented bellow. Please, my readers take the chance of all these episodes!

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