Angola’s opposition holds rally in final push for votes
UNITA ends the electoral campaign appealing to Angolans to vote for change. In Cazenga, on the outskirts of Luanda, thousands of supporters of Adalberto Costa Júnior gathered. The presidential candidate attacked MPLA’s governance and listed several problems of the country.
Supporters of Angolan opposition party National Union for the Total Independence of Angola (UNITA) were cheering during the UNITA final campaign rally ahead of general elections.
UNITA’s leader appealed to citizens to make sure of they secure their votes on the 24th near the polling stations.
Adalberto Costa Junior closed the campaign reiterating his complaints about the electoral process. He stressed his party’s confidence before the election observers. He made it clear that Cape Verde is in the CPLP, the type of democracy that Angola can follow.
Angola will hold general elections on Wednesday August 24, 2022 to elect a new president. Angola’s President João Lourenço who is seeking re-election will battle against opposition leader Adalberto Costa Junior.