DRC Parliamentarian Diomi Ndongala was Kidnapped by Joseph Kabila’s mercenaries from South African

Eugene Diomi Ngongala speaking to  his fans at kamanyola stadium in Kinshasa

Eugene Diomi Ngongala speaking to his fans at kamanyola stadium in Kinshasa

It is strange indeed how time and power corrupts; the South African freedom fighters of yesterday have now turned into terrorists against other present day freedom fighters (or rebels) on the African continent.  One cannot forget that South Africa prosecuted white South Africans for acting as mercenaries in other African countries and yet here is ANC doing exactly what they locked up the white South Africans for doing. What is the motivebehind this venture into Kivu and who are the beneficiaries of using the South African army to wage war in other African countries?

Congolese Opposition Parliamentarian Eugene Diomi Ndongala was abducted on Monday April 8 2013 by Joseph Kabila’s security agents; the same Joseph Kabila whom Jacob Zuma wants to help maintain in power for unclear reasons. According to our sources SANDF in the UN peacekeeping force arrived and were unable to show any authorization to take away the MP. Mamba’s agent who was stationed at the door and the girls at the reception were brutalized. Diomi Ndongala, who asked what was taking place,was physically assaulted and sustained an arm injury before he was whisked off to an unknown destination.

Last year Opposition Parliamentarian Ndongala was similarly abducted by Kabila’s security agents and South African mercenaries. He was found alive in October 2012. His family and the opposition have always maintained that the opposition politician was abducted and detained by the Secret Service because of his stance in favor of Etienne Tshisekedi, one of the unsuccessful candidates in the 2011 presidential race who challenged the re-election of Joseph Kabila, the most corrupt and among the weakest presidents in the world who is causing trouble in DR Congo because of his bad governance and unscrupulous connections with Zuma’s family.

It is strange indeed how time and power corrupts; the South African freedom fighters of yesterday have now turned into terrorists against other present day freedom fighters (or rebels) on the African continent.  One cannot forget that South Africa prosecuted white South Africans for acting as mercenaries in other African countries and yet here is ANC doing exactly what they locked up the white South Africans for doing. What is the motivebehind this venture into Kivu and who are the beneficiaries of using the South African army to wage war in other African countries?

We assure the South Africans that more tears will be shed as it will be inevitable for more SANDF to lose their lives in Kivu, Eastern DRC should they launch an attack on M23.   We predict that Jacob Zuma willlive to greatly regret his decision to involve SANDF in warfare in Kivu.

In Kivu SANDF will come face to face with true freedom fighters in the mountain ranges of Virunga, who are ready to liberate DR Congo from the clutches of Joseph Kabila and Jacob Zuma.  Furthermore, it is worth noting that M23 is NOT Seleka.  SANDF may have good equipment but M23 has well trained, battle hardened, dedicated fighters who know exactly what they are fighting for which is their very existence and the existence of their communities unlike SANDF who will no doubt while away the days drinking alcohol, frolicking with underage girls, smoking ganja, sun bathing on Lake Kivu and spreading aids in our country; no different from MONUSCO and MONUC before them·

By Ken. N & Diana .S

2 thoughts on “DRC Parliamentarian Diomi Ndongala was Kidnapped by Joseph Kabila’s mercenaries from South African

  1. If Patrice Lumumba was imprisoned today…

    Posted on April 15, 2013 | Leave a comment

    Honorable Député national Eugène DIOMI NDONGALA

    Supposedly everyone knows who Patrice Lumumba was. If before reading these lines they were ignorant about him, I suppose they might be foreign to the Congolese history particularly, or African independence period all together. That means that they didn’t either know who Nkwame Nkrumah was. But to give them a clue, from 5th to 13th December 1958, the latter organized a continental meeting in Accra [All African Peoples’ Conference] that the former attended.

    The reason I am asking if Patrice Lumumba was imprisoned today is further to a letter said to be from the Honorable Eugene Diomi Ndongala, a Congolese member of parliament, written to his wife Patrizia and published on 13/4/13 on the website of the politician party – La Democracie Chretienne. As those following the DRC politics must already know, Diomi was again taken into prison on Monday night 8/4/13 from his residence in Kinshasa by police forces led by Colonel Kanyama.

    “Now they want to deprive us of our land after having nourished it for years with the blood of our mothers, our fathers and children slaughtered by the millions ….”

    Last year I wrote about the disappearance and release of the Congolese parliamentarian. He stayed detained for almost 100 days. It was only after a strong campaign from friends, family and international pressure that he was given back his freedom of relative movement [he was denied to leave DRC from treatment] after months of torture and living under inhumane conditions in the hands of the Congolese dictatorial regime.

    Patrice Lumumba, also feeling close to the end of his life once in the hands of his torturers, found time to write to his wife a letter which has become famous. He explains in that letter the motives of his struggle for which he was ready to accept the ultimate sacrifice: his own life.

    “… what we wished for our country, its rights to an honorable life, to unstained dignity, to independence without restrictions, was never desired by the Belgian imperialists and the Western allies, who found direct and indirect allies, both deliberate and unintentional, amongst certain high officials of the United Nations, that organization in which we placed all our trust when we called on its assistance. …”

    In the ongoing Congolese tragedy which started with both the end of the 1994 Rwandan genocide and the invasion of DRC by a joint coalition of Burundian, Rwandan and Ugandan forces in 1996, there have been a few Congolese names inside the country whose views have been internationally acknowledged as standing firmly against all odds to defend people’s interests, and ready to die for such a cause.

    After this second incarceration of the Honorable Diomi Ndongala, Congolese diaspora has started organizing protests to demand his release. As observers of the DRC political scene can easily notice, the movement to free that radical representative of the people is not as strong as it should be.

    My question is then how do people defend those who represent their most noble values when their oppressors put hands on them. And this is not particular to any community or country. If such values are at the heart of the majority of people, shouldn’t they be as vocal as necessary to claim the rights of one their flag bearers?

    In the 60s, after the assassination of Patrice Lumumba, with few voices to claim his legacy firmly and forcibly, imperialism consolidated its stranglehold on Congolese people and resources through its agent Mobutu. What came after the removal from power of the latter appears to have been a nightmare incomparable to none of the situations the country has experienced in its long history.

    Esther Stanford Xosei, Co-chair of the interim National African Peoples’ Parliament [iNAPP] while addressing a gathering in UK on March 2nd, 2013, the Day of Action of African People, asked her audience to identify their leaders and stand by them no matter what. People don’t have to wait after the death of these supposed leaders to acknowledge how great they were.

    Diomi Ndongala might not this time come back alive from the Central Prison of Makala. Understandably, he is not of the same stature as Patrice Lumumba. But the two personalities have been thrown into prisons for defending Congolese highest and noble values of independence and dignity. Shouldn’t then Congolese people do what wasn’t probably impossible in the 60s, and stand more firmly behind Diomi and other personalities in the same mould? Today what is at stake is what Congolese heroes fought for.

    http://therisingcontinent.wordpress.com/2013/04/15/if-patrice-lumumba-was-imprisoned-today/

  2. mes chers amis afrique du sud laissez notre pays en paix.m23 sont les fils du pays RDC svp vs etes corruput par mr kabila ,nous les brigade de monusco un seul jour vs devez pays nos sangs de nos freres a l’est rdc celui qui trouble le pays rdc c’est kabila
    toute congolaise qui sont en exile ils n’aiment pas mr kanambe alias kabila pourqoi vs conduissez avec en aveugle comme kabila

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