UNITA, the largest opposition party in Angola, regrets, in a statement, the death of the musician Nagrelha, whose death it considers to be “a pain that pierces the hearts of thousands of Angolans, young people and adults who love Kuduro”.
The aforementioned communiqué from the black black parliamentary group begins by saying that “talking about Nagrelha dos Lambas is talking about an icon of popular music, especially of Angolan youth; talking about Nagrelha’s death is talking about a pain that pierces the hearts of thousands of Angolans, youth and adults who love Kuduro”.
Nagrelha, very young, became known as a cultural icon and a reference for thousands of young Angolans, especially lovers of the Kuduro musical and dance style.
Nagrelha’s premature death deprives the family of the love of a son, brother, husband and devoted father to those closest to him.
“Charismatic, creative and eccentric, son of the People and one of the symbols of youth that is not resigned to social and economic difficulties, Nagrelha leaves a great musical repertoire that immortalizes him and keeps him present in the cultural memory of Angola”, reads in the document submitted to the editorial office of the Kianda’s mail🇧🇷
“In this moment of pain, mourning and public commotion, on behalf of the Deputies, consultants, advisors, assistants and employees, the UNITA Parliamentary Group expresses solidarity and heartfelt wishes of condolence to its family, friends, fans and the Ministry of Culture”, ends the statement.