The first stroke was made by the Mozambican President on April 2. The painting is on a tour all over the country with a current stop in Cabo Delgado, a province plagued by armed attacks
The Pintarte Moçambique project was launched on April 2 by the President of the Republic, Filipe Nyusi, who painted the first stroke of the painting, which will cover all provinces in the country, in the name of national unity, the Mozambican newspaper O País reported. Currently, the community framework is located in Cabo Delgado, a province plagued by armed attacks.
The canvas passed through the village of Mueda and the city of Pemba, where it was painted by the population and members of the government of the province of Cabo Delgado. In Pemba, the painting was painted by the governor of Cabo Delgado and family, who considered it an honor to participate in a movement of national unity, the news article said.
Interestingly, the Mozambican head of state was born in Namau, Mueda district, Cabo Delgado. Nyusi has been encouraging initiatives of artistic creation in the promotion of the Mozambican culture. On April 18 he went to the opening of a painting exhibition of Silva Dunduro, entitled "Women Warriors". On the occasion, the President stated that the Minister of Culture and Tourism of Mozambique also uses his paintings as a vehicle for communication, education and inclusion.