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Congolese Member of Parliament Eugene Diomi Ndongala disappearance

the last 3 paragraphs. if only we could have this back home…

The Almighty’s Blessings

Rising Continent

Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere
Martin Luther King

Saying that authoritarian regimes imprison or make disappear their opponents would sound like an understatement. But it really is because that is what they do constantly. The following information about the disappearance of Congolese member of Parliament Eugene Diomi Ndongala was posted online by activist Kambale Musavili. This is not a first case in the Democratic Republic of Congo as the note explains. In our pages too we reported the murder of Floribert Chebeya that remains unsolved until today.[]

Since June 27, 2012, Congolese member of Parliament Eugène Diomi Ndongala who refused to take his parliamentary seat since the 2011 Congolese legislative elections (though he won), and an opposition leader to the Congolese government regime of Kabila, has disappeared.

According to the family, he was kidnapped on that day and the Congolese government is spreading lies within…

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