"I got the feat of being in prison, looking for a girlfriend, who is in love and has agreed to marry me," said Lula, kissing her shortly after.
In his speech, Lula talked about Rosangela da Silva, known in Brazil as Janja, a sociologist who works at the state-owned Itaipu Binational company and lives in the city of Curitiba, where Lula prison was located. In addition, Janja is a member of the Workers Party.
After hearing the news about the release of her better half, the woman wrote on her Twitter account a very emotional message.
"Tomorrow I'm going to look for you! Wait for me!" He wrote.
Lula was widowed in 2017. His wife, Marisa Leticia Rocco, with which Lula had three children, died from a stroke. In May 2019, Lula confirmed that he was not alone and announced that he had a relationship with Janja.
"I would love to be home with my wife, my children, my grandchildren, with my partners," he said.
On November 8, Judge Danilo Pereira Junior ordered release to former president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva (2003-2011), who has been in jail since April 2018 for alleged corruption offenses.