Thu, 06 Aug 2020 09:26 - Updated Thu, 06 Aug 2020 09:25
Sports Ministry addresses condolences to Interclube
Luanda - The Ministry of Youth and Sports on Wednesday sent a message of condolence to the Interclube Sports Group over the death of its vice president for basketball, Miguel Antonio "Camulogi", victim of disease.
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Vice-president of Interclube Miguel António "Camulogi"
Photo: Henri Celso
In the note to which ANGOP had access, in Luanda, the country sports governing body describes the trajectory of the deceased, emphasizing the fact that he was preponderant in winning five African titles by the senior women's basketball team.
In another message of condolence, the Angolan Handball Federation (FAAND) mourns the death of the Interclube's basketball leader, who was ill, in one of the hospital units, where he was hospitalized for seven days.
In the communication, signed by its president, Pedro Godinho, the FAAND says it was with deep pain and sadness that he became aware of the situation and therefore expresses a deep feeling of regret.
The Angolan Football Federation (FAF) also joins the chain of solidarity with the families of the sports official.
In a note, the FAF says that with the death of Miguel António "Camulogi", the national sport sees a loved one departing for another dimension of life, with almost 20 years of dedication to the club of the Ministry of Interior.
In June of this year, the deceased presented himself as a candidate for the president of the club for the quadrennium 2020/24, but ended up joining, as vice president for basketball, a list of consensus, led by Alexandre Canelas, elected on July 23.
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