Thursday, 29 December 2016

Joseph Kabila Should Free Franck Diongo Now!!

As announced, the trial of the Congolese National Deputy, Franck Diongo took place yesterday, Wednesday, December 28, 2016. It was in the hall Marcel Lihau of the Supreme Court of Justice. For this new hearing, the National President of the MLP arrived by a medical ambulance and by infusion. It was in this way that he appeared before the judges of the Supreme Court of Justice acting as the Court of Cessation.He was found guilty of illegally detaining three soldiers during a protest last week in the capital Kinshasa. Obviously you could see how badly he had been treated-he was in a very sorry state.

Wednesday, 28 December 2016

Congolese Leopards Prepare for the African Cup of Nations in Gabon

More than a few days to kick-off of the 31st tournament of the African Cup of Nations that will be held in Gabon. The Leopards of the Democratic Republic of Congo are leaving Kinshasa this Tuesday, December 27, 2016, for the Center of Excellence of the Caf, in Mbankomo, Cameroon, where they will spend more than two weeks preparing before moving to the City of Oyem, Gabon, by January 14 for the start of the competition.

Tuesday, 27 December 2016

Pope Francis: Congolese be the Authors of Reconciliation and Peace

Pope Francis appeals for peace in the Democratic Republic of Congo following the killing of protesters demonstrating against President Joseph Kabila in several cities across the country.
After meeting recently with the heads of the Congolese Bishops’ Conference, the pope renewed his call during his weekly general audience on 21st December, urging the people of Congo to “be authors of reconciliation and peace.”
“May those who have political responsibility listen to the voice of their own conscience, may they be able to see the cruel suffering of their compatriots and have at heart the common good,” the pope said.

Sunday, 25 December 2016

Both Hutu and Tutsi of Rwanda Should Apologise to Batwa

The Rwandan society is never visually communicated well by Artists because everything in Rwanda has been distorted to fit the Hutu and Tutsi narrative that has hijacked the true Rwandan culture. 

The other main big problem with today's Rwanda is the lack of creative minded people and the knowledge of their true story - those that are historically known for their creativity- the Batwa people; have been neglected, abused and denied the right to live a dignified life in their ancestral land. The loss of a creative culture through a systematic discriminative policy of the Batwa by both the Tutsi and Hutu respectively, has led to Batwa genocide and a cultural identity crisis in Rwanda. The descendants of Batwa of Japan are doing well when it comes to creativity, because Japanese have not carried out a discriminative policy.

Congolese prisoners of conscience Should be Released Now

The Bishops of the Episcopal Conference of Congo handed over to expired president of DRC, Joseph Kabila a list of Congolese prisoners of conscience and exiles with emblematic cases such as Katumbi, Muyambo, Diomi, Anzulini, Mbusa and Lumbala.  Its very disturbing to the Congolese people, when Joseph Kabila can go to meet and talk to their tormentors,.such as Criminal Paul Kagame of Rwanda and criminal Yoweri Museveni of Uganda that designed and funded horrendous crimes on our people. But, he can’t even pardon political prisoners on bogus charges, because he is too drunk with power.

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