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The population of Sake town located 28 km from Goma was treated to drama when a prostitute raised an alarm from her room screaming at a Tanzanian soldier of the UN Brigade who did not want to pay for the services he was rendered by the prostitute.
The Tanzanian soldier, after having satisfied his sexual thirst, wanted to flee without paying up the agreed amount of $ 50 to the prostitute. The Tanzanian Soldier refused to pay and began to attack the woman. This prompted the woman to shout for help.
According to the testimony of the prostitute, the Tanzanian soldier had sex with her without a condom. Nobody (except perhaps His Excellency Ban Ki-moon) knows whether these soldiers had been tested for HIV-AIDS, Hepatitis B, etc. before they packed their bags and headed for Kivu, East DRC! One is left to wonder whether any means are good enough for the UN to exterminate the Congolese people of the East. Biological weapons have been widely used in the world in recent times (especially where fire arms show their inevitable limitations).
The Responsibility for damage by these biological weapons (South African soldiers amongst whom an estimated 9 out of 10 has HIV and Tanzanian soldiers amongst whom an estimated 3 out of 10 has HIV), let loose in the North Kivu province of Eastern DRC by the international community, is shared between the master planner Joseph Kabila and his accomplices France, South Africa and Tanzania.
Tanzania, it should be remembered, is the only country in East Africa that has never known civil war or upheaval in its postcolonial history. Tanzanians lacks this experience and this appears to agitate them terribly! One might say “They are tired of the peace.”
At one point in time, the Zairians found it difficult to understand why the Angolans could not agree to end a civil war that lasted 26 years. We could not imagine at the time that one day we would find ourselves in a similar situation. We were so cushy that we thought these things (wars) were meant to afflict others and not us!
Taking for granted the peace we were enjoying at the time, we even agreed to send troops to the rescue of one of the parties to the Angolan conflict, hoping to switch developments to his advantage in a wink. At the time, coincidentally, we formed a tandem with South Africa alongside the loser who was Savimbi and his UNITA, exactly as is the case today between Tanzania and South Africa alongside the loser of tomorrow, Joseph Kabila and his PPRD.
It is apparent that the priority for Tanzanian soldiers in Kivu is sexual activities rather than the purpose for which they had sent to the Eastern DRC (which is to neutralize negative forces). This begs the question did the Tanzanians and South Africans arrive in Kivu for the purpose of creating an empty no man’s land for a long time to come, so that those who covet the territory for its oil and other resources have no problem of access?
source: soleildugraben.com Translated by Ken & Diana S katabarwa