<p><span></span>The children attending the Okanimekwa school in Namibia have never seen an <strong>Angelina Jolie</strong> movie or read about her and <strong>Brad Pitt</strong> in magazines. Yet they're certain how they feel about the star. "She's a very special person, and we'll never forget her," 16-year-old student Emiliana Shikongo tells <em>Life & Style</em>. "She must be a holy person," adds another student, Andreas Kristofelius, 17. "I think Angelina Jolie must be a saint."</p>
The reason for their adoration? Angelina changed the lives of the 589 children at the school -- along with thousands of other Namibians -- after giving birth to daughter Shiloh in the African nation in 2006. When Angie and Brad sold Shiloh's baby pictures, they said that the proceeds, a reported $4 million, would go to help children in Africa and other parts of the world.
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