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Book launched that tells stories of resilience and bravery of public figures

The Nors Group has launched a book that tells stories of bravery and resilience of public figures in the country. Among those interviewed for the work, called "O Live dos Mais Fortes", there are names such as comedians Calado Show, Costa Vilola and Kotingo, singers Pérola and Yola Semedo, among other figures with inspiring stories.


For this book, which was launched as part of the group's cultural project called "Ser Nors", "known examples of bravery" were interviewed.

According to a statement sent to VerAngola, the book "contained moving testimonies from people who include not only its heterogeneous group of collaborators, but also public figures of Angolan society".

Thus, the note adds, the group's employees "interviewed well-known examples of bravery, such as the first female pilot at TAAG, Alexandra Lima, the renowned TPA journalist Ernesto Bartolomeu, the former coach who took Angola to its only World Cup, Oliveira Gonçalves, comedians Calado Show, Costa Vilola and Kotingo, singers Pérola and Yola Semedo, among many other figures with inspiring stories".

Vanessa Castro, director of human resources at Grupo Nors in Angola – who was present at the presentation of the book – referred that "more than a project", the group wants to materialize 'Ser Nors' "in a culture of humanized leadership and very your people".

Quoted in the statement, the official said that the main objective of the work "is to leave a legacy for future generations". "The main objective of this book is to leave a legacy for future generations, and for that reason, we looked for interviewees who inspire, stories of hope and resilience that would unite the group even more with a common theme, the ability that we all have to overcome adverse situations", indicated.

In the act of presentation of the book were present, in addition to Vanessa Castro, Tomás Jervel, CEO of Grupo Nors, as well as several figures who have "direct and indirect participation in the book, such as the singer Pérola, one of the interviewees, who has his story narrated in the book", adds the note.

According to the press release, the book - which concerns an initiative by the Nors group, and which "in part aims to celebrate the institution's 90 years of history", with the motto 'A Legacy of the Future' - "was built under a premise of proximity and optimism during" 2020, at a time when, due to the pandemic, "much was said about the human capacity to overcome adversity and turn difficult moments into opportunities".

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