Mr. KIBEKA MUSONDA, survivor of the “killings” of Kilwa, requests the personal implication of F. Tshisekedi to obtain compensation according to the 2017 AU decision”(Interview)

Mr. KIBEKA MUSONDA Urbain, 80, married to Mrs. KAZEMBE Anastasie, residing in Lubumbashi, answered questions from Congovirtuel  editorial staff  about “war crime” committed in Kilwa in October 2004. Noting that in 2017, the African Commission decided that the DRC had violated the African Charter in relation to the massacre, in 2004, of more than 70 people by Congolese army soldiers in the town of Kilwa. It is expected to award $ 4.36 million in damages to eight victims and their families, which is the highest compensation ever awarded by the…

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DRC: After Fortescue Metals, “Westminster Group PLC” signed an agreement with RVA for the modernization of airports

We can never say it enough. Through his efforts, Head of State Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi is determined to restore the DRC to its former value. The DRC, as we can see, is on the way to become again not only attractive in the eyes of investors of the world but also and above all frequentable. Félix Tshisekedi managed to convince two big investors, one from Australia and the other from England. Fortescue Metals Group, an Australian listed company (ASX: FMG), agrees to invest several billion dollars in the hydroelectric potential of…

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DRC: “Magouille et mafia” within the FARDC, “Fatshi” has set foot in the old “preserve” of his predecessor

Arrived in Goma on Saturday June 12 to express “national compassion” to the Gomatracians on the one hand and to carry out a mid-term evaluation of the state of siege decreed in North Kivu and Ituri on the other hand, President Felix Tshisekedi Tshilombo returned to the capital of North Kivu on the evening of Saturday 19. And this after visiting the town of Beni – where the first killings attributed to the ADF were committed – before going to Kasindi, Butembo and Bunia. Speaking to the forces in Bunia…

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Renovation of roads connecting the DRC and Uganda: Tshisekedi –Museveni, a meeting with strong economic and security issues

Congolese and Ugandan Presidents Félix Tshisekedi and Yoweri Museveni met on Wednesday (June 16) at the border between the DRC and Uganda. The two heads of state presided over the launch of construction works for the modernization of the Mpondwe-Kasindi-Beni, Beni-Butembo and Bunangana-Rutshuru-Goma roads. This is a road of great economic importance especially in terms of trade for Kampala and Kinshasa. The project to pave the way for the DRC to East Africa and the Indian Ocean saw a boost in May 2021 with the signing of political and technical…

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DRC-Nyiragongo: F. Tshisekedi arrived in Kibati from victims still awaiting a solution

The Head of State arrived on Monday afternoon, June 14, in the locality of Kibati, located 17 km north of Goma (North Kivu). Eight (8) ministers are present in his suite. Accompanied by his wife, Félix Tshisekedi visits the mobile hospital being erected in this area to take care of the victims of the volcanic eruption of May 22. locality about twenty kilometers from Goma. Those displaced by the eruption, those who have not yet been able to return home, are awaiting the completion of a somewhat more suitable reception…

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DRC-Ituri: Fataki falls into the hands of CODECO militiamen

The Fataki shopping center (80 km from Bunia) in Ituri fell into the hands of the CODECO militia on Sunday, security sources indicate. The locality of Fataki had already been the object of a first murderous attack on Saturday by this armed group which attacked loyalist FARDC troops, killing and injuring many on both sides. This Sunday, a new bloody attacks by the same assailants, allowed the control of the city by the militiamen, after a stall of the elements of the FARDC, indicate the same sources. Infocongo Share this…FacebookPinterestTwitterLinkedin

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DRC: The Senate office is full: Mundela replaces Badibanga

No more vacancies. The final office of the Upper House of the Parliament of the DRC is now full with its 7 elected members. The vacant post of 1st Vice-President held by resigning Udps Samy Badibanga has been filled. And unsurprisingly, another Udps, Eddy Mundela Kanku, the sole candidate in this election, is replacing him. No surprise in the Senate. The election held on Saturday, June 12 in plenary at the International Conference Hall of the People’s Palace, consecrated the victory of the sole candidate, the Udps Eddy Mundela Kanku.…

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