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DIGNIFYING THE DEAD: DRC Leadership Focus On Divisive Tshiani Law While The Dead Have No Transport

The population in the Democratic Republic of Congo has complained of government’s lack of priorities.

Locals believe laws such as the one by Noel Tshiani focusing on presidential eligibility was a distraction from real problems affecting the country.

Lack of transportation for people to take their loved ones to the mortuary when dead is a pressing issue that is haunting many Congolese families.

Rather than keep the bodies long to wait for transport in their homes, motorcycles have become the alternative.

Many believe the situation is a crisis that need urgent attention.

“Instead of talking about the Tshiani Law, our leaders should be talking about finding a solution to the problem of corpses being put on motorbikes. It is not a good image for our country,” Dieddonne Bululu says.

Bululu, a native of east Congo, says the situation is an emergency and should be treated as such.

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