Ana Paula dos Santos Biography
Ana Paula dos Santos was born on October 17 1963 is the wife of former President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos. She served as Angola’s First Lady from 1991 to 2017.
Ana Paula dos Santos Age
Ana Paula dos Santos was born on October 17 1963. She is 54 years as of 2018.
Ana Paula dos Santos Family
Former fashion model and air hostess of the presidential Angolan aeroplane, Ana Paula dos Santos knew her husband during the time in which she was working on presidential flights. They married on 17 May 1991 and are parents of three children, Eduane Danilo dos Santos (born 29 September 1991), Joseana dos Santos (born 5 April 1995) and Eduardo Breno dos Santos (born 2 October 1998). Between 1990 and 1994, she completed a state teacher training at the National Institute of Education, Luanda. Later she completed a course of law at the Faculty of Law of the Agostinho Neto University.
Ana Paula dos Santos Husband
The former President of Angola, José Eduardo dos Santos is her husband
Ana Paula dos Santos Children
Ana Paula dos Santos children are Eduane Danilo dos Santos (born 1991),
Joseana dos Santos (born 1995),Eduardo Breno dos Santos (born 1998)
Ana Paula dos Santos Career
A diplomat described the President and First Lady as: “a handsome couple, elegantly and expensively dressed, looking for all the world as though they’re living in southern California. In 1997 Ana Paula undiplomatically announced that her five-year-old son would enroll at the Portuguese school in Luanda because of the “bad quality” of state education (for which many hold her husband responsible). She has also tried to make her presence felt in administrative matters; a move which has irritated the political mainstream. Also under fire are her business interests, particularly diamonds.
She is a patron of the Committee to support rural women (COMUR), supporting with micro-credit funds. She represented her country at the Micro-credit Summit for Heads of States and Governments in Washington D.C., in 1997.
She is also very active in her support of landmine victims. Therefore she founded the Lwini Fund for social solidarity which is dedicated to the support of civilians, particularly women and children.
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Ana Paula dos Santos, wife of Angolan President José Eduardo dos Santos
OCT 15, 2015, 09.02 PM
The first lady: A former fashion model, Ana Paula Santos knew her husband from her time as a flight attendant on the Angolan version of Air Force One. She now has a degree in teaching and law, and is a member of the International Steering Committee.
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A diplomat once described the president and first lady as “a handsome couple, elegantly and expensively dressed, looking for all the world as though they’re living in southern California.” The first lady received a lot of flack from the public when she announced that her son would be attending the Portuguese school in Luanda because of the “bad quality” of state education — something for which many people hold her husband responsible.
Her husband: During President dos Santos’ 36 years in office, he has consolidated all political power under his control. Countless atrocities, including torture and mass murders, occurred under his watch during a 27-year-long civil war. There are still reports of torture and repression of ethnic minorities going on in Angola today.
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As Angola’s president prepares to step down after nearly four decades in power, all eyes in this Southern African nation are not only looking at Jose Eduardo dos Santos – but at his billionaire daughter. She has been accused of trying to further her family’s wealth at the expense of Angolans under her father’s presidency. Now that Angola picks its first new leader in 38 years, could this be a turning point – and what does this mean for Isabel dos Santos and her family?