Community Cologne Antônio Aleixo celebrates in thanksgiving to David Almeida

The event was attended by more than 150 residents. O ex-governador fez questão de cumprimentar todos os presentes e recebeu o carinho das pessoas.
30/10/2017 16h28 - Updated 30/10/2017 16h28
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Residents of Cologne Antônio Aleixo neighborhood, in Manaus East Zone, They hosted a breakfast on Sunday (29) to the President of the State of Amazonas Legislative Assembly (hazard), Mr David Almeida (PSD), as thanks to the efforts of Parliament about the community's needs. The event was attended by more than 150 residents.

Almeida made a point to greet all present and received the affection of the people, who asked to take pictures and talk.

"I like being around people. I am very happy with the care I received from the residents of the colony Antônio Aleixo. This is a beloved neighborhood, I strive to help as best we can ", said.

The breakfast was the organizer of the public official Beto Dantas. Under Community, Congressman David Almeida is a friend of the neighborhood and deserves the affection of the people. "Residents made it participate and thank you for all that David Almeida always made the neighborhood, mainly, at the time it was as governor ", highlighted.

Itamar Feitoza, autonomous and the owner of the house where the event was held highlighted the humility of parliamentary and his respect for the neighborhood.

"David is a simple guy. Even being a public figure not let pride get in the heart. And so, Here we admire the neighborhood he. This coffee was to be closer that our friend ", he said.

Almeida thanked the affection and said it was a very good morning. "It's great you're around people who like you. I came here as a friend, but also as a representative of the Legislative Branch, which I have the mission to make is near, knowing and seeking solutions to the demands of society ", scored.


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