Saturday, June 24, 2017


Some among the most knowledgeable observers of the African politics, rightly argue that the DRCongo is  “a vast, organized scam”.
Here is a sobering truth that only mature Congolese would swallow: There Is No Congo. This was the statement made by one of brilliant minds in America, Mr. Jeffrey Herbst.  As Jeffrey Herbst and Greg Mills put it in Foreign Policy, "The Democratic Republic of the Congo does not exist." The authors attacked the idea that "one sovereign power is present in this vast country" of "67 million people from more than 200 ethnic groups," arguing that any international efforts "predicated on the Congo myth" are "doomed to fail." From mineral-hungry colonialists to the unqualified son of a Che Guevara colleague who became president, the authors detail Congo's slide into "ungovernable fiefdoms" built on "repression and patronage." 
A question to a Congolese reader: was Mr. Jeffrey right or wrong in his assertion? Well, it depends on what Congolese you are; a rational or emotional Congolese. Chances are, you are emotional Congolese like almost everyone else in Congo because seldom are rational Congolese. Why say this? Simply because a rational person think and act rationally, intellectually and objectively. Emotional person always bases his/her actions based on emotions. Given the choice, an emotional person will opt to jeopardise his and country’s future because of emotional choices rather than calculated, educated and benefit oriented actions.  
No reasonable Congolese (except the ruling elites) will deny that Congo is not a failed state. Every Congolese including the ruling class, will rightly tell you that they wish, want and hope for Congo to be peaceful, and prosperous country. But the irony is that very few Congolese are willing to have Congo experience what any other failed state go through in order for it, to be a real state, in the real sense of statehood. Moreover, the sad fact is, not only have Congolese proven incapable to rule and govern their large and rich country, they are even incapable to choose what is good for them and their own people in their own country! I know that sounds harsh and even insulting, but maturity oblige that truth be not only told but also heard!

In 2009 when the then USA Secretary of State Hillary Clinton visited Congo, here is what Pierre Englebert, wrote: “ Congo is a tragedy for reasons that many know well, including the 5 million who have died from conflict since 1998, the thousands gang-raped by soldiers and rebels, and nearly 2 million who've been displaced from their homes. Add to that a population of more than 60 million citizens suffering from the state's chronic inability to provide safety, dignity, and anything close to development. Progress has been painfully slow. A so-called democratic transition, six years of postconflict intervention, billions in foreign aid, and some 20,000 UN soldiers have done little to end the violence”. ( The Christian Science Monitor, AUGUST 10, 2009 by Pierre Englebert)

Englebert, a professor of African politics at Pomona College, further explained by stating that, “A major reason for this tragedy is that Congo's governance resembles a racket. Its politicians and administrators are mostly corrupt, getting rich from keeping their state dysfunctional, and promoting local violence to serve their interests. Throughout the country, people in positions of state authority systematically dominate and extract resources from those below them, all under the guise of sovereign power.

The following are some of the reasons why Congo is a failed State and as such must be broken into pieces:
No sense of statehood
Throughout DRC’s history, the ruling elites have antagonized ethnic groups by supporting regional militia groups who massacre people, plunder resources, sowing confusion, fear and insecurity in the process. No sense of statehood could possibly arise out of an exploitive system that continues to this day.
One characteristics of a failed state is lawlessness. In lawless Congo, rebel leaders are accustomed to making deals with the government and remain untouchable. Some warlords have run for president, while other political leaders such as Yerodia Abdoulaye Ndombasi have been vice-president. Yerodia was nominated and installed by Joseph Kabila while publicly encouraging the Congolese population to kill ethnic Tutsis. Even now he is one of the respected dignitaries in the country: a genocide promoter! No real state will allow such a thing! But, hey, that’s jungle, oops! Rather, Congole.

1.     No sense of citizenry or patriotism. Congolese are not only known to hate their fellow Congolese due to tribal diversity, but they also known for their lack of patriotism. Here I am mean love the country. Average Congolese including especially leaders are ready to sale the country for less than $500. Without guaranteeing a sense of belonging and security for all its citizens, Congo should not anticipate or expect any guarantee of peace.

2.     IRRESPONSIBLE GOVERMNENT: Congo must take responsibility for its failures. Millions of innocents have lost their lives because of possible genocide, civil wars and underreported outbreaks of diseases due to lack of clean water and basic infrastructure.
Congo has failed to protect its citizens, remaining shamefully hostile to some of its own people, the Congolese Tutsis.
Resentment of Congolese people of Rwandan ancestry, Banyamasisi and Banyamulenge who have endured cyclical episodes of genocidal persecution, are at the heart of eastern Congo’s instability. In 1998 thousands of Congolese Tutsis were lynched across the country. In 2004, about 162 Banyamulenge were killed and over 100 injured in the Gatumba refugee camp in Burundi. The perpetrators boasted about the killings in international media and nothing was done to bring them to justice until now. But the international community usually led by France, has always been roaring like a lion every time searching for any suspected Tutsi fighter to bring to so called “justice”; even if he led the fight for self defense against militia genocidaire. Hate speech and have driven violence against the Tutsi population has increased since the 1994 genocide which killed around 800,000 tutsis in Rwanda by the same militias killing alongside government supported Mai Mai in Eastern Congo.

3.     Systemic Corruption: In Congo corruption has become a culture and a virtue. Everything runs and moves on corruption. Corrupt people are rewarded for being so corrupt. Thieves run government institutions without ever being questioned for their corrupt deeds. Corruption begot poverty, which in turn begets conflicts and wars. One of the outside observers, Adam Hochschild rightly describes it well in the New York Review of Books on the "unimaginably horrifying" culture of widespread rape and forced labor by warring militias in "the world's largest failed state." Hochschild explained that oppression has been "considered the right of armies" from the colonial Belgian occupiers through today.

If there is one thing that every Congolese knows better than anyone else in the world, is shifting blame to someone else. It’s never their fault that the country is in such a mess. With this fundamental failure, Congo has excelled in externalizing the blame to outsiders. Rwanda, Uganda, and the “International Community”. They have become victims in the art of scapegoating. They take proud in not taking personal responsibility, which is a proof of immaturity!  Asking Congolese government or civil society to take responsibility for its (Congo) failures is unfortunately too much to ask, and yet it is the only mature way of beginning to change.

If the people of Congo are going to even dream of having a peaceful and prosperous country, they must be willing to make a real change that must be fundamentally different from what has been tried before. It is one and one thing only:

There will be no peace and progress without reconciliation.
Unless competing tribal rivalries are reconciled, corrupt leaders will continue to benefit from the lack of a national identity. The army is dysfunctional, soldiers are not paid and often do not have enough to eat. Worse, the army has no regard for the citizenry it is sworn to protect. Without emotional, tribal, or national connections, there is no motivation for the army. It has proven impossible to govern Congo the way it is and it is doubtful another “neutral international force” can do the job when 20,000 MONUSCO troops have failed.

In addition to reconciliation, some of the international experts interested in the region, especially on two large and especially troubled regions of Congo, the suggest the splitting into politically manageable entities as follow: "It is time to ask," they wrote, "if provinces such as the Kivus and Katanga (which are themselves the size of other African countries) can ever be improved as long as they fall under a fictional Congolese state." They also argue that the international community should work with local forces to develop infrastructure. "Deal with whomever exerted control on the ground rather than continuing to pretend that Kinshasa is ruling and running the country," they advised.
Hochschild blamed "ethnic warlords and their backers…" who exploit the country's massive natural resources to fuel endless civil wars, abetted by a government of bribe-seeking bureaucrats. "Government as a system of organized theft goes back to King Leopold II, who made a fortune," he wrote. He recounts being approached by a stranger in the streets offering to sell him uranium for $1.5 million.

Truth be told: SELF-DETERMINATION OR SECESSION IS THE ONLY SOLUTION FOR THE PEOPLE OF KIVU. There you have it. The question is are the people of Kivu, rational enough, reasonable enough and objective enough to have the courage to fight for self-determination, or they would all die being emotional and driven by hate and bigotry?
At the end of the day, it all boils down to people’s ability and right to choose.


The Democratic Republic of Congo continues to prove to every one how it is a failed state. In the effort to keep themselves into power, the Congolese authorities have once again led the country into another wave of mass killings of civilians and the destruction of properties. 
While in Southern Kivu (Eastern Congo), it is the Banyamulenge who continue to be victims of attack by militias, not only killing but also destroying and burning their villages while the government remain silent, in Kasai, things are getting worse. 
The real question is how long will the international community take for it to return to its senses and admit that the Congolese experiment has been a total failure? that the country is a failed state? Since, its independence, the country has never been governed as other countries. Regime after regime, each government made it worse off than its predecessor, and things continue to get even worse off. Government either support militias, including foreign ones such as interahamwe/fdlr, and imbonerakure from Burundi) or choose to be observers while villages are being decimated by militias.
The people have suffered enough with vicious cycle of wars, insecurity and poverty in one of the largest and most richest countries in minerals.  Not only have the Congolese so called leaders have failed to govern the country due to their political incompetence and corruption, but unfortunately the hypocritical world of so called civilized nations responsible for Congo's misery in the first place have demonstrated their social and moral corruption by choosing to exploit the minerals of a slowly dying country at the expenses of its people. The rich any region in the Congo is, the deeper its calamities get, and the richer the pockets of leaders both Congolese and westerners get.
Coming back to the fate of people in Kasai, the information below was publish in the Rfi articles, sheds more light on the issue:
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights last week called for an international probe into abuses in the Democratic Republic of Congo's southern Kasai region, following murder, mutilation and rape and the death of a tribal chief and militia leader.
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein said the list should include summary executions, killings of children, recruitment of child soldiers and sexual violence. 
Hundreds of people have been killed, many of them mutilated, and 1.3 million displaced, according to the UN, since government forces killed Kamwina Nsapu, a tribal chief and militia leader in August last year. 
Victims include militia fighters, civilians, members of the security forces and two UN experts investigating mass graves. American Michael Sharp and Swedish-Chilean Zaida Catalan, were kidnapped on 12 March.
Their bodies were found 16 days later - Catalan had been decapitated and her head was never found. 
So who was Kamwina Nsapu? 
His name was Jean-Prince Mpandi. He was the sixth Kamwina Nsapu, the traditional chief of the Bajila Kasanga, in Kasai-Central Province. 
Few details are known about his life.
He was at agricultural college in Katanga's city of Lubumbashi but dropped out before completing his studies;
In 2004-2005 he opened a traditional medicine clinic in Tshikapa, in Kasai. He claimed he had studied with Chinese doctors and had even been to China. However, he also said he was a veterinary surgeon. 
He has ties with South Africa, where his family lives. 
It was only recently that Mpandi attracted the attention of the authorities.
In January this year newly appointed Vice-Interior Minister Emmanuel Ramazani Shadari told parliament the government had found a 2016 document signed by Kamwina Nsapu calling on the province's youths to kick out all foreigners, except for diplomats, from so-called Greater Kasai. 
Sources told RFI that he increased his influence through ritual ceremonies. 
It was Ntenda, one of his cousins, who reportedly accused Kamwina Nsapu of preparing to launch an insurrection. The security forces raided his home while he was in South Africa. On his return he had barricades set up around his home - but had them dismantled after talks with the authorities. 
However, in July 2016 a mob attacked Ntenda, killed at least six people and burnt down some 100 homes. Mpandi denied his supporters were involved. 
The crisis accelerated when the Kamwina Nsapu and his militia stormed the town of Tshimbulu. Five police officers were among the nine people killed. Most offical buildings were razed to the ground during the attack.
On 11 August he was given an ultimatum to surrender. The next day, government security forces shot him dead. 

But violence has increased since his death, with both sides accused of murder, mutilation, rape, and destruction of property. 
Source: Radio France internationale

Wednesday, June 21, 2017


Umukino wa kinshasa wokwigira nyoninyinshi wayitandukanije namahanga ndetse nibihugu bituranyi, kumunsi wejo ministre wububanyi namahanga wigihugu ca ANGOLA gihanya imbibe na congo kikaba nigihugu cinshuti magara igize ubutegetsi bwa kinshasa yahamagaje ingabo za angola, abanyapolitique ba angola, abatechniciens ba angola bakoreraga ubutegetsi bwa kinshasa guhera 1998 bataha i LUANDA kumurwa mukuru wa angola.
Irihamagarwa ryabatechnicien ba angola bakava muri congo ryasigiye icoba cinshi abategetsi ba kinshasa kuko basigaye bifashe kumatama ati ibyo katumbi adukoreye.
Nyuma yaho izingabo za angola nabatechniciens bavuye kinshasa ministre wububanyi namahanga wa angola CHIBOTE yegereye itangazamakuru maze ibyakinshasa abishira kukarubanda ati: tugize igihe dukoran nabaturanyi bacu ba congo ariko ntibagirwa inama, ibyomusezeranye sibyo bakora, kuki abantu bicwa kasaï abasigaye bagahungira iwacu ANGOLA? ese ababantu barazira iki? Ko congo yahoraga ivugako urwanda rwayibujije amahoro harabanyarwanda bari kasaï? Ibihumbi 38.000 byimpunzi bimaze kugera muri angola muruyumwaka UNHCR igomba gutabara cangwa tukabasubizayo cangwa kinshasa igakoresha amatora amahoro akaboneka.
Ayamagambo yuyumugabo isi yayabonyenkejo ati burya karekose iyo muvugagutyo ubwo nubwongereza bucumbikiye katumbi.
Gukura ingabo za angola bishobora kuba hari icihishe inyuma umukire wumucongomani SINDIKA DOKOLO akaba umukwe wa president wa angola JOSE SANTOS kuko yashatse umwanawe ISABELA SANTOS kuwagatanu ushize yandikiye kabila kuri twitter ati: turashaka amatora cangwa uve kubutegetsi kuko ntamahoro dufite, yongeraho ati abacongomani duhaguruke twirwaneho kuko tubyemerewe nitegeko article 64, arasubira ati igihe niki. Abasesenguzi bati DOKOLO numwana wibwami kwa santos umwe muba president bakomeye muri africa kandi ufite politique ya kinshasa mubiganza kuko niwe washizeho joseph kabila, hakibazwa impanvu dokolo yavuze irijambo.
Ubwo kabila yari mumisiri yariyagiye gusaba president wa misiri kugirango amufashe kunvisha angola imushigikire mubibazo bya politique arimo kuri none ariko president JOSE EDUARDO SANTOS asigaje amezi abirinkintoki akava kubutegetsi kandi uzamusimbura mwishaka ryiwe ntavugarumwe na kinshasa.
Ikindi cateye kinshasa ubwoba nuko ministre wububanyi namahanga yasabyeho amatora ya congo yakorwa uyumwaka, ashigikira amasezerano ya 31-12-2016 yayobowe na cenco kandi ayamasezerano yemeza amatora muri congo ariko kabila atiyamamaje, yongera asabako O.N.U ikora anketi kubwicanyi kasaï.
Tubibutseko uyumunsi hamenyekanye umutwe wabicanyi bica abantu kasaï washizweho na reta witwa "BANA MURA" iyinkuru yatangajwe na ONU kandi bavugako uyumutwe ugizwe nabasirikare, abapolice, maneko, cadre bahoze bayobora mai mai muri ituri, nord kivu, na sud kivu bashizweho na reta ya kinshasa.
Uyumunsi GENEVE mubusuisse hari inama yemeza anketi yigenga kubibera kasaï na beni.
Kurubu imukuno wakinshasa ukaba usa nuwerekeza kuminota yanyuma.

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Friday, June 16, 2017

Tuesday, June 6, 2017


Umugambi wo kwica Abanyamurenge bagamije kubahashya Imurenge Wamaze gushirwaho Umukono(signature)

Nyuma yo kwicwa guhutazwa, gutwikirwa Amazu gusahurwa utwabo ndetse no gutukwa bikomeje gukorerwa Ubwoko bw'Abanyamurenge bikozwe na Mai Mai yakutumba, shikatende ndetse nizindi nsore sore z'abapfurero ziri mu karere ka bijombo bakoze uko bashoboye ngo Bijombo bayisenye kuko bibwiragako bizaborohera ariko birabananira kugeza bahindiye muco hagati nanone Ntibyabahira ,iri yinga rishize ico hagati carimo Imirwano ikaze ,ibyo bifuzaga ntibyagezweho
Nyuma yokubona ko Stratégie bakoresheje mbere ntaco ibagejejeho Ubu noneho bazanye Indi stratégie simusiga kandi ngo yashizweho Umukono(signature)

Amakuru Yizewe kandi Y'ukuri agera kur'Urubuga Imurenge Niheza aremezako Kuri none Mumasango hamaze kugezwa Ibikoresho bikomeye birimo intwaro yo mubwoko bwa Twelve n'izindi nyinshi zitandukanye zirimo na za Grenade, uyu n'umunsi wagatatu bigejejwe mumasango aho byafatiwe abikorezi babivanye Ruvungi, Munanira Ruhuha na Masango ibi bikoresho ntakindi bije gukora uretse gukora ibyananiranye mbere aho ngo bashaka guhanagura icitwa Umunyamurenge Mukarere k'Imisozi miremire

Nyuma yo gutohoza tukamenya neza ko ibi ari impamo twashatse kumenya isooko y'ibi bikoresho, ese byatanzwe nande? ese byaguzwe cg byatangiwe ubuntu? ese ubundi bivuye he?
ibyo bibazo byose twabivuye Imuzi dushaka kumenya Réalité y'ibi bintu

Amakuru y'izewe nuko ibi bikoresho bitigeze bigurwa byatanzwe kubufatanye bwa bamwe mubabyihishe Inyuma Abo ni Général Nyakabaka uyu ni umusirikare mungabo za Leta hakaza Dép Bitakwila uyu ni Umunya politique muri Leta hakaza Fataki uyu ni Dr akaba na professeur kuri Kaminuza I buvira ninawe Président wa mutualité y'Abapfurero hakaza Tete Alexis uwigize Chef de groupement Bijombo kumbaraga uyu niwe u coordonna Ibyo byose kuko niwe uri sur terrain, bemezanyije yuko Bazakora iyo bwakabaga mukugirira nabi byimbitse Umunyamurenge ngo bagamije Kumukura Imurenge intego ngo uzaba yarokotse azahungire Iburundi Rwanda Uganda Kenya nahandi

Ibi tukimara kubimenya nanone twashatse kumenya uruhare rwa leta muri ibi bintu ntibyatworoheye kumenya byinshi gusa ico twabashije kumenya nuko Uwitwa Col Volcan umusirikare mungabo za leta kuri Ruhuha niwe wabikoreye Sécurité birinda birenga ngayo nguko

Nubwo uyu mugambi wongeye kuvugururwa mu rwego rwo kuwukarisha biravugwa yuko muribo batavuga rumwe uwitwa Bitijula nabagenzi be babivugiye munama ko uyu mugambi utazabahira bituma bibasirwa bikomeye
Nane mungabo za Yakutumba harimo ubwumvikane buke ninyuma yaho bahawe Amafranga menshi ariko ngo ntiyagera kuri Bose ibi byateye umwuka mubi mungabo za yakutumba ibi byo byabaye muri iki gicamunsi c"ejo hashize nakazirimwe Ngayo

Birababaje ibikomeje gukorerwa ubwoko bw'Abanyamurenge kuri none

Ndemezanya Nurya wavuze ngo Intwari Nicolas Gakunzi N'izindi zatabarutse ngo ziramutse zibwiwe Aho Ubwoko bw'Abanyamurenge bugeze ngo Benshi bogawa kuko batushije ca kivi basize

Ubwanditsi bwa Imurenge Niheza

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Le Complot des genocidaires MAI MAI-FNL




- Le CNDD-FDD vient créer une Coalition de huit ethnies bantoues du Sud-Kivu pour conquérir le Sud-Kivu avec appui militaire de la milice du CNDD-FDD (Imbonerakure).

- Ces ethnies sont (voir carte):
1. Ba Bembe
2. Ba Bangubangu 3. Ba Shi
4. Ba Vira
5. Ba Bwari
6. Ba Fulero
7. Ba Langa
8. Ba Langa

- L'objectif principal est de coaliser le peuple bantou contre les communautés tutsies de la région des grand-lacs.

- C'est dans cette optique que le groupe dit "des huits" appuyés militairement par les IMBONERAKURE (infiltré à partir de Ubwari) viennent de passer 3 mois à attaquer les villages Banyamulenge en tuant hommes, femmes et enfants, sous le silence de la MONUSCO.

- L'objectif secondaire est de pourchasser les rebelles burundais qui se sont implantés au Sud-Kivu pour combattre le pouvoir sanguinaire et dictatorial du CNDD-FDD.

- Mais le CNDD-FDD serait aussi entrain de créer une base arriére de repli au cas où l'opposition politique et armée venait à chasser le dictateur Nkurunziza Pierre du pouvoir.

- Un cri d'alarme est adressé à la Communauté internationale pour protéger les communautés tutsies du Sud-Kivu et d'arrêter cet élan du CNDD-FDD à vouloir répandre la haine ethnique qui aboutira à un autre génocide contre les Tutsis du Burundi.


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