Julia Matoko Dielunkunsia was born on July 8, 1983, at the Province of Luanda in Angola. She is the only girl in the family of six children. He father was a journalist and her mother a businesswoman, they are both deceased.
She completed her primary and secondary studies at the Consular School of the Congo Brazzaville in Luanda Angola and obtained a diploma as an Administrative Secretariat in the Technical and Vocational High School of Kasa-Vubu in Kinshasa in 2005. She later completed a Bachelor’s degree in International Relations from the University of Kinshasa.
She has professional experience as a social worker and has worked in hospitality, banking, retail, administrative and business roles. In her free time, she likes to sew clothes and make Brazilian wigs. She has travelled to various African countries such as Congo-Brazzaville, D.R.C., Namibia and South Africa where life gave her the opportunity to know many cultures. She speaks Portuguese, French, English, and has basic knowledge of Spanish, Swahili and Lingala.
Her biggest dream is to be a great singer that conveys messages of hope to all women who gave up fighting for life. She also aspires to become a big entrepreneur. She is currently studying of Post-graduate in Media Management at Rhodes University, South Africa
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