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CRY FOR HELP: Displaced Victims of Kwamouth Turn to Suminwa For Help

Displaced people of Kwamouth, now living in Bandundu-ville in Kwilu province, have called on newly appointed Prime Minister Judith Suminwa to help them return to their villages after almost two years away.

The displaced people of Kwamouth are hoping Suminwa would render governemnt’s helping hand with various needs and also called on the Prime Minister to familiarize herself with the security situation in Kwamouth in order to allow them to return to their respective villages.

Beyond that, they also request for humanitarian assistance to help them rebuild their homes and resume life in Maï-Ndombe that has been affected by atrocities.

“May she help us return to our villages. We have killed more people, the clashes resumed in January. We live in precarious conditions, with no one to help us.

Mom, we ask you to intervene so that we can go back where we came from. Here in Bandundu, we can’t take it anymore, we lost everything in Kwamouth, our fields and the products. Mom, intervene on our behalf so that we can return home,” said a displaced victim.

Last week, the Ministry of Interior Affairs launched a process aimed at signing an act of commitment between the Teke and Yaka traditional authorities to put an end to the atrocities and violence in Kwamouth.

The stakeholders agreed on the cessation of hostilities for the signing of the act before the President of the Republic still being awaited.



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