Angop Journalist Agostinho Quilemba laid to rest Saturday

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Luanda - The remains of the Angola Press Agency (Angop) journalist Agostinho Quilemba were buried Saturday morning in the Viana Cemetery, Luanda province.

Agostinho Quilemba was described as a professional with immense work capacity, based on a sharp vision and comprehensive knowledge.

“A man of economic journalism, competent and with comprehensive, rigorous and determined knowledge”, read a eulogy delivered at funeral service.

Agostinho Pascoal Quilemba José, 41,  died last Tuesday, in Luanda, victim of illness.


He started his career at ANGOP in 2001, after completing a journalism course at High  Institute of Economy (IMEL) and was also a graduate in economics.
 

In 2007 he was appointed sub-editor of Economic Desk and in 2018 became editor of the same Desk.

As a professional, he reported local events, in Angola and abroad.

The journalist also collaborated with institutions and associations in the economic field, with stress to the Association of Economic Journalists of Angola (AJECO).

 

Agostinho Quilemba was described as a professional with immense work capacity, based on a sharp vision and comprehensive knowledge.

“A man of economic journalism, competent and with comprehensive, rigorous and determined knowledge”, read a eulogy delivered at funeral service.

Agostinho Pascoal Quilemba José, 41,  died last Tuesday, in Luanda, victim of illness.


He started his career at ANGOP in 2001, after completing a journalism course at High  Institute of Economy (IMEL) and was also a graduate in economics.
 

In 2007 he was appointed sub-editor of Economic Desk and in 2018 became editor of the same Desk.

As a professional, he reported local events, in Angola and abroad.

The journalist also collaborated with institutions and associations in the economic field, with stress to the Association of Economic Journalists of Angola (AJECO).