Passed away this sunday Nilda Diaz Santil, who became popular on social networks for her chains of prayers and whose messages of encouragement made her name the “Angel of the Networks”.
The information of his death was offered by the daughter of Doña Nilda and immediately his followers reacted regretting his departure, among them the first lady, Raquel Arbaje.
“Blessings, the daughter of our warrior greets you, I inform you that our angel is already in the arms of the Lord, she fought the good fight of faith and today she left quietly to the dwelling that God prepared for her,” revealed her relative on the same account as Dona Nilda.
Raquel Arbaje reacted by posting on her account stating that Díaz Sanitl’s words of encouragement, strength, and faith “united us all without distinction”, but that she was consoled by knowing that she left for a place of peace.
A biography published in this medium in 2017 of Nilda Díaz Santil says that she studied journalism at Difusora Panamericana, USA, communications at the International Institute of Higher Studies, Mexico.
She was a teacher at the Lucille Rupp school, San Juan de la Maguana, director of Communications Conference of Mennonite churches, teacher at the Evangélico Central school, Santo Domingo, director of Communications for the Ministry of Education and the Child Evangelism fellowship Warrenton, MO, USA.
Likewise, he was in charge of the production of “Sin Fronteras” and “Delgado Especial” by dial 1200 AM, Radio Ven, and on the Internet: www.radioven.com.
Throughout her career she received several recognitions such as the Medal of Merit, Microphone, Distinguished Latina from the Lions Club, Warrenton, MO, USA, nominated first version Anacaona de Oro, and nominated for the El Dorado awards. He has received recognition from the Evangelical Community in the Dominican Republic and the Mennonite Church Conference.