Fri, 14 Sep 2018 09:01 - Updated Fri, 14 Sep 2018 09:01
ANGOP pays homage to ruling party's vice president
Luanda - The vice president of the ruling MPLA party, Luísa Damião, last Thursday received a homage from the female journalists of the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP), a company she worked for until 2012, before becoming a member of parliament.
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Angop's C.E.O, Josué Isaias (r) addresses some words of esteem to new MPLA vice president, Luisa Damião
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
MPLA vice president, Luísa Damião, receives an honourable mention from journalist Engrácia Matias
Photo: Gaspar dos Santos
During the one-hour ceremony, Luísa Damião fraternised with her former colleagues and delivered a brief speech of encouragement to ANGOP journalists.
In the same ceremony, the participants heard messages from ANGOP’s Chief Executive Office, Josué Isaías, and from some female journalists.
Luísa Damião was also offered a wreath of roses.
In the end of the reception, the MPLA vice president, elected during the recent extraordinary congress of the party, granted an interview to ANGOP, in which the politician disclosed that she was ready for the new mission.
“It was a surprise, but it is a mission that I want to assume with a lot of responsibility”, she said.
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