22 November 2012

Angola: Agostinho Neto's Role in Liberation of Namibia Praised

Windhoek — The Namibian Prime Minister, Nahas Angula, Thursday in Windhoek praised the role of the first President of Angola, António Agostinho Neto in the liberation of the Southern Africa and Namibia in particular.

Speaking during an audience he granted to Maria Eugenia Neto, widow of the first president of Angola, the Namibian official also extended this role to the Angolan people.

Nahas Angula is one of the guerrillas of SWAPO, who was based in Angola during the war against the racist regime of South Africa.

In her turn, Maria Eugenia Neto spoke of poetry work of Agostinho Neto including his latest collection of the five books, ordered to be researched by Dr. António Agostinho Neto Foundation.

The Work is related to the Portuguese secret police files from 1945 to 1974, which included the whole prisoner process of Agostinho Neto.

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