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June 30, 2017 at 5:10 pm #27414
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The Revival Church of Congo (ERC) of the great Bandundu rises to the niche. It vehemently denounced the multiplicity of meetings since independence of the country in 1960, but “without any expected results”. The ERC has expressed itself in a four-page statement that it has just released in the town of Kikwit, the economic city of Kwilu province. “Remember that so many meetings, round tables, peace agreements, conclaves, conferences, consultations and dialogues have succeeded one another in the DRC with no expected results. Even the agreement of the CENCO has shown its limits for the counting of the multiform crisis in the DRC, while peace remains a chimera, freedom a mirage behind which the Congolese people always runs, while insecurity, violence And poverty are increasing at an exponential rate, “the statement said. According to the same document, “the deterioration of social life, the destruction of infrastructure and the production tool, the impoverishment of the Congolese population, the increase in crime, ethnic hatred, the systematic plundering of resources .
The destruction of its heritage, public insalubrity, widespread corruption, the DRC’s dependence on the outside world in all its fields despite its potential genius and the quality of its executives trained in the best universities in the country and Abroad as well as the multiplicity of development programs locally conceived by our respectable intellectuals and politicians with the help of bilateral and multilateral partners constitute the consequences of the crisis. Bishop Joël Emmanuel Mwanza Amba, provincial president of the ERC of the great Bandundu, said that it is important that everyone should come back to God so that a good solution can be found for the DRC, because ” DRC is an exceptional country with an exceptional prophetic destiny covering its happiness for the benefit of its people, “he said.
The same document also denounces the killings of the ADF Nalu, the upsurge of the M23 rebellion in North Kivu, the conflicts of the Batwas (Pygmies) against the Bantu in Tanganyika, the Kamuina Nsapu phenomenon in Central Kasaï, the Bundu dia conflict Mayala in Kinshasa and the Central Kongo, of the armed conflicts in Ituri.
In view of this situation, the Grand Bandundu ERC proposes respect for the resolutions reached and the implementation of the CENCO agreements of 31 December 2016, avoiding wordplay in order to maintain the already precarious peace in the DRC despite the major challenges to relieve. “I would like to congratulate the ERC who has taken the courage, like the CENCO and the ECC, to denounce the evils that are plaguing our country. That is democracy. The Congolese people must transcend fear, “says Dieudonné Mpayati, one of the students of the Kikwit Higher Pedagogical Institute. According to him, the ERC must send this statement to the Congolese Government in Kinshasa so that there are long-awaited palpable impacts.June 30, 2017 at 5:32 pm #27418
From age to age, from year to year, men will always be confronted with the reality of the hereafter, that of death. This time, it is the Chinese community living in the Democratic Republic of Congo, especially Madame Melina, a Chinese more than integrated in the country, who will have faced the departure of a close being. He is his brother Hu, who died on May 22, 2017 in Kinshasa. At his funeral organized according to the traditions of his country of origin, the middle empire, Yoko Yakembe Placide whose law firm was busy with his affairs did not miss the appointment. In testimony, the only one who overcame his sentence to say a word, Me Yoko was able to find the words to render vibrant tributes to the one who, for the Yoko Cabinet, was more than a client.
That is to say at 12 o’clock local time, that the setting up really began at the renovated morgue of the General Reference Hospital of Kinshasa. There, eminent members of the Chinese community in the DRC and many personalities of choice have responded. In accordance with the Chinese rite, the mourning was to be held in one day. And it is even at the morgue that the funerary flashes, of course, could be organized. From the time of the laying of the deceased to the catafalque, it is the session of deposit of the wreaths of flowers that began. Master Yoko, Mrs. Shi on behalf of the Sino-Congolese alliance, Mr Vang, Benjamin and others, have therefore succeeded each other in accomplishing this gesture of homage. Then the testimony will come. Yoko Yakembe Placide braved his pain to honor the illustrious disappeared. “His death made us suffer a lot because he was too young to die and too kind to leave forever. Besides being his brother, Fe Hu was the right arm of Madame Melina. I loved him very much because he was honest and sincere, “he testified. “He was courageous and called to succeed. But, unfortunately, he had to come across bad people, crooks. So he lost a lot of money. It would also be necessary for the Chinese community to understand the context in which Melina and her daughter Mutombo now live for whom Hu was a father. The community should support them. We are already assuring them of ours. I extend my condolences to Mr. Hu’s family in China. He died of a natural death following a well-cared male malaria. Farewell dear friend. Good-bye, dear customer, “he concluded.
Mr. Hu was born on January 12, 1958 in his native China. Father of family, he came to the Democratic Republic of Congo for business reasons for ages. It was after his recent trip to Bandundu that he began to suffer enormously. On May 22 Mutombo, his nephew, in the absence of his mother, left, as usual, at school in the morning, except that on his return Mutombo would find his uncle in the same position as in his departure. In panic, she will call her mother and then go and get a doctor from the health center next door. It is the latter who will give the verdict. Exceeded by the events, she will then recall her mother who will contact the firm Yoko. Staff members dispatched will see the police and then, at the request of the prosecutor’s office, will bring, finally, the lifeless body of Mr. Hu to the morgue. Rest in peace !June 30, 2017 at 5:37 pm #27419
Growing Urbanization and Environmental Protection in Africa: How Can SAIs Accompany the Sustainable Development of African Cities? ‘. This is the theme that is being developed at the 7th Annual Meeting of the AFROSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing of the African Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (AFROSAI WGEA). This meeting, it is said, is of particular importance in terms of the topics to be discussed and the context in which it is taking place. In essence, it offers an opportunity for a training session, led by experts from relevant international organizations in the fields of governance and environmental protection. This work will be held from 3 to 7 July 2017 in Kinshasa.
The meeting aims to bring together representatives of the Supreme Audit Institutions (SAIs), international organizations, academics and experts to discuss environmental issues and environmental auditing. For this year, about fifty participants are expected. They will come from Africa, Europe, Asia and America for reflections and exchanges aimed at strengthening SAIs’ capacity to act and to encourage the effective use of their mandates in the Environment and natural resources. For all the Supreme Audit Institutions of Africa, this Annual Meeting provides an opportunity to strengthen the capacity of technical staff in environmental auditing. These capacities will enable SAIs to accompany the efforts of the Government towards economic development and the emergence of their respective countries, while respecting the requirements of preserving the environment for present and future generations. They can also draw inspiration from the exchanges to initiate a strategy of accompanying governments in the implementation of the Sustainable Development Objectives.
Why in the DRC?
For the year 2017, the Court of Audit of the DRC, headed by Erneste IZEMENGIA, was appointed to host this annual Mass, during the 6th meeting held in Nigeria, from 12 to 17 September 2016, Was marked by the personal involvement of the President of the Senate of Nigeria as personal representative of Muhamadu BUHARI, President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
The public concerned by these conferences consists essentially of Chiefs and senior officials of the Supreme Audit Institutions of Africa (Audit Court, General Audit Offices, State Inspectorates of State, etc.), experts in the field of public finance, Audit and, in particular, environmental auditing.
As regards the context, it should be noted that 2017 is the first year of implementation of the new 2030 global agenda, centered mainly on environmental issues, through the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals, for which the SAIs are strongly challenged as part of their environmental auditing activities.
Thus, the entry into force of the Paris Convention on Climate, previously adopted at COP21, allows for the setting of guidelines and targets to reduce the negative effects of climate change, particularly in African cities. As such, discussions on the optimal contribution of SAIs will continue during these meetings in Kinshasa. In addition to the main theme, participants will also continue their reflections on the cooperative audit of forest management in the Congo Basin, to which Cameroon will contribute strongly alongside the SAIs of Burundi, Gabon, Congo and DR. Congo, Central African Republic and Chad, all members of the Central African Forestry Commission (COMIFAC). The adoption of a new Work Plan, a strategy paper to guide the activities of this Working Group for the period 2017-2020, is also on the agenda.
Quid of AFROSAI WGEA
AFROSAI WGEA is the continental African grouping of the INTOSAI Working Group on Environmental Auditing (INTOSAI WGEA). The aim of this working group is to involve the Supreme Audit Institutions in solving environmental problems in the world and to promote the practice of environmental auditing.June 30, 2017 at 5:42 pm #27420
The weekly conference of the United Nations Security and Peacemaking Mission in Congo-DRC was held on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, at its Headquarters in the commune of La Gombe. Théophane Kinda, the moderator of the day, said that Monusco had no comments to make in relation to the last declaration of the Catholic prelates who demanded the holding of the ballots before the end of the current year. According to him, the important thing is to refer to the commitments made by the politicians in the roadmap which they initialed after bitter discussions at the interdiocesan center. The agreement was supported by Resolution 2348 of the UN Security Council. Further on, the deputy spokesman said that Monusco supports the Independent National Electoral Commission, but it can never substitute itself for this structure in order to publish the electoral calendar within the prescribed time-limit in order to convene The electorate, or even respect the spirit of the New Year’s Eve agreement.
Yes, more than 6 months to reach the deadline for the organization of elections in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Will they actually be held? This is the question that divides opinion within the political microcosm. There are, in fact, two camps that are clearly antipodes. These are, on the one hand, the Presidential Majority and the Rallying of the political and social forces acquired in the Change. Supported by a group of opponents who signed the agreements of 18 October and 31 December 2016, the MP rejects the hypothesis of holding elections without the provinces of Kasai and North Kivu, which are now plunging into insecurity. The presidential mobility prevails on the issue of inclusiveness, insecurity, the financing of elections by the country’s own funds, the absence of the calendar and the electoral register.
On the other hand, these arguments are rejected by the other side, namely: the opposition in its hardest wing and which in one way or another receives the contribution of the Catholic prelates. Vital Kamerhe comes to expand the list.
Still the Kasai
After a tour of the Kasai, Tanganyika, Ecuador and North Kivu by Alexis Bonté, Acting Director of the United Nations Fund for Agriculture and Fisheries, FAO, and Claude Jubidar, representative of the World Food Program ), The field experience seems disappointing in particular, in the Kasai. They noticed the destruction of houses, market gardens, and especially the displacements of nearly 2 million people. The constant of Mr. Alexis Bonté is that one child in 10 smiled when shooting the picture. According to him, children generally smile once they are in front of a camera. The case of those in Kasai reveals how much they have a psychological problem that really needs support from all actors, all trends combined. This, in fear that these miners grow up with stressful memories. “They left at a distance of 100 km on foot to move from one country to another. We saw children wounded with machetes. We need psychological assistance, “he said.
For Claude Jubidar, it is more than urgent that the funds be combined to put an end to this escalation of the crisis.July 3, 2017 at 10:40 am #27444
Already, after the 48-hour ultimatum issued to stakeholders, on 12 May 2017, Felix Tshisekedi’s Rally rejected the offer. In Kasa-Vubu, Joseph Olenghankoy, behind his wing of the Rally, would obviously have no reason to miss the opportunity to strike the head of the CNSA. At the Front for the Respect of the Constitution, Eve Bazaïba and Fidèle Babala, two faithful of Bemba Gombo, were also engaged in the race. Kamerhe, still Vital, swore only on the conquest of the Presidency of the CNSA, on behalf of the Opposition signatory to the Agreement of 18 October, concluded At the Cité of the African Union, under the aegis of Kodjo, the former Prime Minister of Togo designated as a Facilitator by the AU and supported by an International Dialogue Support Group. A candidate to rank in the ranks of the Outsiders, in the person of Odette Babandoa Etoa, had also signaled to compete with anyone who would be interested in the battle of succession to Etienne Tshisekedi wa Mulumba in this The CNSA.
Today at 12 noon, all candidates delegated to the CNSA are expected at the People’s Palace. Minaku and Kengo, the Presidents of two Houses of Parliament who, on 27 April, had officially signed the signing ceremony of a Particular Arrangement, strongly criticized by the Bishops and challenged at the Rassemblement de Limete.
This time, the President of the Republic, Joseph Kabila Kabange, entrusted them with the task of co-chairing the very first meeting of the National Council of Follow-up of the Agreement. It will be the first of its kind since the Interdiocesan Center, the parties to the direct discussions, held from December 8, 2016 to March 27, 2017, laid the foundation for a consensus on co-management of the transition and Political clearance measures for free, transparent, democratic and peaceful elections set for the end of December 2017.
What is it about ?
In principle, it could be a validation meeting of the mandates during this meeting. Then we will certainly move on to the phase of the establishment of the Provisional Bureau, in accordance with the options that were lifted and recorded in the New Year’s Eve Agreement.
The tasks assigned to the CNSA are known. One of the most important is the assessment of the electoral process. And, on that score, the agreement of 31 December 2016 provided that the CENI, the government and the CNSA should be at the same table, to evaluate the electoral process and, if necessary, draw new perspectives In terms of dates and deadlines.
Now, as the days go by, the process moves inexorably towards the last six months of this one-year extension (12 months) given to stakeholders for the peaceful elections.
However, to date, in the absence of the revision of the electoral law and the essential laws, including the distribution of seats, in the absence of the electoral calendar and the electoral register, how will the body be convened Election, at the end of October 2017? How will the end of 2017 be managed if the elections are not organized? Is this why we now want to set up the CNSA, although the relevant law, which nevertheless requires that an extraordinary session be convened, has not even been prepared, examined or adopted?
Normally, Etienne Tshisekedi wa Mulumba, nominated intuitu personae, should have presided over the destiny of the CNSA, this important institution of support for democracy, since January 26, 2017, had it not been for the Pulmonary embolism which, contrary to all expectations and in spite of all the efforts of the doctors and the prayers of its followers, have succeeded in winning the 1st February 2017 at 5:22 pm at the Clinique Sainte Elisabeth in Brussels, Belgium.
Moreover, until today, since it has not yet been buried, the date of the repatriation of his body comes so much of a mystery that before the imbroglio, his biological and political family, would be tempted, Once again, to fix a new date unilaterally. The place of burial and exposure no longer poses a problem, according to one of those who had been speaking with the Congolese authorities on this subject.July 3, 2017 at 10:44 am #27445
During a briefing held on June 30, 2017 in Kinshasa, the President of the Solidarity Movement for Change, MSC, described as appalling the fact that the DRC is celebrating the 57th anniversary of its accession to national and international sovereignty In anonymity. The DRC is plunged into a black hole, he said. After the conclave, the Rassemblement expects to publish a new roadmap, new actions to be carried out with the aim of raising awareness in Congo-Kinshasa. He called on the Congolese people to enroll massively in order to elect members of the Rally in the next elections by sanctioning votes towards those who are currently running.
He took this opportunity to call on the population to become aware of its responsibility as President Etienne Tshisekedi had said. During his lifetime he invited “the people to take charge,” says Laurent Batumona. Fuztituting the behavior of the power by its absence to meet the expectations of the Congolese population, if only on the social level, the National President of the MSC announced the holding of a Conclave of the Rally. For him, it is the high place where the various components will reflect on the actions to be undertaken in order to get the country out of the abyss where it is at present. “The crisis that the Congolese people is going through is rooted in bad governance,” he said, before asserting that the Rassemblement is refining strategies to enable the Congolese people to get to work in order to Wash away the stigma and embark on the path of erasing the humiliation of so great a land blessed by God. For this National Deputy of the Opposition, Laurent Batumona, in his capacity as Logistics Coordinator and President of the People’s Front, a new roadmap will determine the march of the Rally. “In my opinion, I think that in a few days the Conclave will be convened. A new road map will lead the new actions to be carried out and will determine the sequence of events, “said Laurent Batumona. It is in this perspective that he called on the population to enroll massively. His call for patriotic awakening focused on the enlistment of voters because in due course, this population will have a say on the fate of the Congolese leaders. For him, he is leading this battle for the welfare of the largest number of Congolese citizens.
Drawing up the political, social and economic situation of the DRC since its accession to national and international sovereignty, he declared that, apart from independence, the DRC, in all its aspects, is plunged by the current power in the ” abyss. We celebrate this independence against the backdrop of an economic, political and social crisis created voluntarily by the government. This crisis makes the life of the peaceful citizen difficult. Eating becomes a luxury for many families. The great consequence is that the workers are sacrificed and reduced to begging and abandoned to their own fate at the expense of ruling leaders who illustrate their impunity and bad governance. The path was traced out of this abyss by the Cenco, producing an agreement that all, of the MP, Opposition and Civil Society, signed. Unfortunately, the ill will of the government has chosen the path of chaos to prevent the application of this agreement of December 31, 2016.July 3, 2017 at 10:47 am #27446
Valentin Ngandu Kayembe, Director-General of the Fund for the Promotion of National Education (FPEN), is responsible for promoting the activities of the education sector by supporting the Government of the Republic in its mission to educate Congolese youth, Is making every effort to reunite all resources in order to restore the tarnished image of education in Congo-Kinshasa. It was in this context that he officially launched, Thursday, June 29, 2017, the works of reconstruction and rehabilitation of the closing wall of the Institute of the Gombe, Don Bosco II, which was carried away by the torrential rains Which fell on the City-province of Kinshasa during the last rainy season of the current year.
Valentin Ngandu has also pinned, among the next flagship actions of his establishment, the execution of the works of rehabilitation of damaged buildings in the deep Congo. This worthy son of Haut-Lomami remains in line with his leadership and his management, doubtless, on the exhortation of his collaborators to more commitments in order to materialize their common vision. He will remember his preaching last December: “I do not doubt for a moment that you will spare no effort to execute and implement the orientations defined within the framework of your services. Let us bring our knowledge, know-how and know-how to the promotion of the National Education Promotion Fund. The same energy and efforts must also be put in place to activate all the resources of the FPEN that are still on the back burner. This is the challenge that we must all face, for the FPEN is our common home, our common building that serves as a shelter and a means of providing means. “
The ceremony for the launching of works to rehabilitate the closing wall of the Institut de la Gombe took place within the walls of this school. It was in the presence of some important members of the FPEN and those of Don Bosco, led by Father Joa Tshibangu. The number one of the FPEN has boasted, from the outset, this school that trains well the elites of tomorrow. “We are here at the Athenaeum of La Gombe, you know, it is a school that the Government of the Republic has rehabilitated so little, on the instruction of the President of the Republic, Joseph Kabila Kabange. It is a mirror of the City-Province of Kinshasa. You will remember, on more than one occasion, that the Head of State came to the electoral center installed here. It is also indicative of its interest in the educational environment. Reason why we could not remain indifferent to the destruction of the wall of fence of this school which was carried away by the torrential rains of the last season. The Promotion Fund for National Education is involved in its mission of regenerating, rehabilitating or reconstructing primary, secondary, higher and even academic institutions “.
For his part, the Prefect of the studies of this institution, Father Joa Tshibangu, appreciated the gesture and said that this fence is safe and contributes to the environment necessary for the education of students. He has promoted that at the forthcoming proclamation of the results, he and all his staff will inform the students about these advances.
The Head of Works, Mr. Aurélien Khonde, for his part, stressed that this work has a duration of 3 months.July 3, 2017 at 10:52 am #27447
Minister of Land Affairs, he launched on Wednesday, June 28, 2017, an operation of identification and recovery throughout the republic. It was in a statement yesterday that Lumeya-Dhu-Maleghi calls all holders of titles and contracts of temporary occupation or leaseholds over 25 years or in arrears of annual fees to settle. All persons, both physical and legal, must therefore appear before the Registrar of the real estate titles of their registration division to regularise their situation, it is hammered in this press release. “If they fail to comply within the prescribed period, these concessions will be subject to the forfeiture procedure in accordance with Article 119 of the Land Law and will therefore be included in the private The State, “warned the Minister of Land Affairs. Below is a press release from the Minister of Land Affairs.
Democratic Republic of Congo
Kinshasa, 28 June 2017
Ministry of Land Affairs
Official press release
The Minister of Land Affairs, Mr Lumeya-Dhu-Maleghi, reminds all holders of titles and contracts of provisional occupation or leasehold concessions over 25 years of age or of late payments of annual fees, Launches an identification and collection operation throughout the Democratic Republic of Congo from this date.
All persons, both physical and legal, must appear before the Registrar of Real Estate Titles of each registration division of the jurisdiction to get in order.
They must have the following documents:
-Provisional occupancy contract or emphyteusis contract and certificate of registration;
– Proof of payment of fees and annual fees due and unpaid.
If they fail to comply within the prescribed period, these concessions will be subject to the forfeiture procedure in accordance with Article 119 of the Land Law and will therefore be included in the private domain of the State, State.
NB: to be broadcast in all languages for one month.
Done at Kinshasa on 28 June 2017July 17, 2017 at 10:58 am #27468
During a political morning on Saturday 15 July in Lingwala commune, the Renewal Movement (MR) and the Union for the Nation (UN), respectively political party and political platform headed by the Honorable Clément Kanku Bukasa wa Tshibuabua, demanded the holding of elections by the end of December 2017 as clearly stated in the Agreement of the Holy Sylvester, concluded under the auspices of the Bishops of the Cenco. It was Mr. Lucien Ingole, the Secretary General of the MR, who declared it in the presence of various executives and members of that party.
Striking his fist on the table, the RM’s SG swears only by democratic alternation before the end of December 2017. Otherwise, he said, all the institutions of the Republic will be illegitimate and the RM will be entitled to apply Article 64 Of the Constitution to defeat all Machiavellian strategies of remaining indefinitely in power.
“The RM does not refuse to walk together with other forces of change so that alternation is effective in R & D. Congo and we will accompany all those who will join us to achieve this goal, “he said. He added that the UN and the RM asked the international community to increase the pressure to implement the 31 December Agreement.
Call of the Cenco
According to the SG of the party dear to the Honorable Kanku Bukasa Clement, the Union for the Nation and the RM adhere to the slogan of the Cenco entitled “Congolese Standing” for alternating R & D. Congo.
According to him, the people must massively adhere to this call for change.
Me Lucien called on the population to be vigilant and to accompany the electoral process by enrolling massively in order to have legitimate institutions that will manage the Republic.
Crisis in Kasai
The RM advocates the establishment of an independent international commission of inquiry to ensure justice, in particular, against the perpetrators of these massacres as well as for the victims.
In addition, the RM condemned the instrumentalisation of justice as a tool of repression against opponents. In a State of Law, said Lucien, justice must do its work in complete independence.
Future of the Party
For the RM SG, the party carries out its activities in good and due form. That is why he announced the holding of a UN conclave in the coming days to take new options for the smooth operation of the platform.
Thus, he invited all the founders of the UN, political parties, associations and personalities to take part in this conclave whose date will be communicated incessantly.
In addition, the Union for the Nation and the Renewal Movement reiterated their support for the National Coordinator and Moral Authority, Clement Kanku Bukasa wa Tshibuabua.
It should be noted that the same call for enlistment and effective participation in the conclave was also initiated by Mr. Balcky Banikina Yanga, Deputy Coordinator for Political, Administrative and Spokesperson of the Union for the Nation.July 17, 2017 at 11:00 am #27469
Joseph Olenghankoy, in his capacity as National President of the Innovative Forces for Union and Solidarity, appealed to the responsibility, peace and love of the homeland and launched to all young people Of the Democratic Republic of Congo. To this same youth, he asked to remain vigilant to understand the insecurity that is becoming more and more serious in the capital. Aware of his responsibilities as a politician, he took the opportunity to call on all Congolese to enroll massively because, he said, there will be elections sooner or later in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Joseph Olenghankoy, on the application of the agreement of the Saint-Sylvester, believes that things are evolving to the extent that there is already a government resulting from this agreement and which is working not only to organize the Elections, but also to improve the social situation of the Congolese population. All that remains is the setting up of the National Committee for the Follow-up of the Agreement, in acronym CNSA. It should be recalled that according to the agreement of 31 December, the presidency of this structure is the right of the President of the Council of Elders of the Rally.
“It is unacceptable ! All that we are living in these days. Dear compatriots, let us rise as one man and protect our homeland, the Democratic Republic of Congo “. It was in these words that Joseph Olenghankoy, the National President of the Forces for the Union and Solidarity, challenged the youth of his party, in particular, and the entire Congolese population in general. He also called for vigilance to save the Republic in danger. That the Congolese do not let themselves be manipulated because, he emphasizes, Libya has yielded. That is why today there is an endless war. As a good politician, Olenghankoy wants to prevent events and protect the population. During the press conference he hosted yesterday, Sunday 16 July 2017, at the headquarters of his party, he put more emphasis on the defence of the homeland and enlistment.
“We have come to tell you that this land belongs to all of us, it’s called R & D. Congo. The political situation of our country today is both worrying and full of future. The situation is worrying because you have noticed that for some time we have been experiencing unacceptable violence. These episodes of violence will not help us to build our future, that of our children and future generations. We have to use other examples like Libya who lived the good weather, but today, because of the repeated violence, this country is a hell. Dear compatriots, become conscious and willing that our country never be pouring into war. It is through our will as Congolese that we are going to change things positively, “he made a pathetic appeal.
Protecting the DRC’s borders
The situation is serious ! Predicts Joseph Olenghankoy. We must take all the responsibilities to save the Congolese nation. “We must save our country by protecting our borders and especially protecting our people. The dignity of a people is to watch over the survival of their fellow citizens. Dear young people, you are the future of this country. You and I must fight evil. With violence in the capital, we are losing our country and our dignity. We all have to stand up and prove to the world that we are a united people. What unites us is stronger than what divides us. What unites us is the DRC, our common heritage. The politician has a vocation to prevent events, “he told the media. Taking advantage of this opportunity, he called on all of them to respect the memory of Tshisekedi wa Mulumba Etienne who advocated peace and non-violence. “Etienne Tshisekedi, a few months before his death, he had called us in Genval, in the Kingdom of Belgium, to say that he wanted peace. One can not say that one is a Christian when one can not follow the path of Jesus. We can not say that we are Tshisekedist when we refuse peace and non-violence in the country, “he concluded.
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