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Covid-19: co-founder of Lunda Tchokwe Protectorate dies in London

The Angolan Lunda Tchokwe Proctectorate Movement announced that its co-founder and representative in Europe, Chantal Alidor Caita Watembo, died on Monday in London, victim of a disease caused by the new coronavirus.


In a note sent this Tuesday to Lusa, in Luanda, the movement that has claimed, for years, the autonomy of the eastern region of Angola referred that Chantal Alidor, 70 years old, was "a prominent member and performed a lot of diplomatic work at the from Europe".

As a representative for Europe of the external mission of the Lunda Tchokwe Protectorate Movement, the failed member had his first contacts with Amnesty International and was part of the group that, in 2005, wrote to the Angolan President, José Eduardo dos Santos, "so that recognize the struggle of the Lunda Tchokwe people and their autonomy ".

Speaking to Lusa, the president of the Lunda Tchokwe Protectorate, José Mateus Zeca Muxima, confirmed the death of Chantal Alidor Caita Watembo, who had lived in London for 30 years.

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