It was also questioned the situation about Benfica where there is a DC and the holder questions why this DC does not improve the water distribution situation in the area and in Talatona. In his view, this would increase the company’s revenues. The Minister João Baptista Borges even oriented EPAL in the sense of better managing these Distribution Centers (DC) in order to increase the company’s revenues, mainly among the condominium dwellers where the company has easier collection, since many are supplied by cisterns and EPAL should reverse this situation in its favor and thus increase its level of revenues.
As João Baptista Borges says, regarding Kilamba, which is understood to be a worrying situation, the pumps are about to arrive this week, which will alleviate the lack of water in the Centrality.
Finally, the Minister João Baptista Borges directed EPAL, once again, to intensify the denunciations of cases of water mining throughout the city of Luanda, joining more communities.