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Message to the People of Congo on the commemoration of the Proclamation of the Republic, on November 28, 1958

President of Political party CDRC, Modeste Boukadia addresses the People of Congo on the commemoration of the Proclamation of the Republic, November 28, 1958. Mr. Boukadia discusses the future of the Congo, the International Conference, and the National Union to put an end to division and work together to rebuild the country.  

Fellow Congolese People,  

This message is addressed to you, my Sisters, to you my Brothers, to All of you my dear Compatriots. All of Us we represent the entire People of Congo.  

Yes, we have been humiliated, denied our rights, starved, murdered, but, despite all of that, we are standing, proud and alive, with the indomitable will to get back on our feet, to recover, to rise from our ashes, and, all together, hand to hand, we will work to rebuild our beloved country.  Continue reading Message to the People of Congo on the commemoration of the Proclamation of the Republic, on November 28, 1958

URGENT – Health Alert for Political Prisoner Modeste Boukadia

The political prisoner Modeste BOUKADIA fainted during the night of July 2 to 3, 2017 at the Guenin Hospital in Pointe-Noire, Congo-Brazzaville.  The incident was due to fumes of freshly applied paints applied on the walls of the corridor.

The charity UNION-CONGO, which regularly blows the whistle on human rights violation in Congo Brazzaville,  is concerned about the health of Mr. Modeste BOUKADIA.  M. Boukadia was the victim of an assassination attempt at Pointe-Noire prison by the prison director, Pierre PONGUI, who is politically protected by his nephew, the Justice Minister in Congo Brazzaville Pierre Mabiala. Continue reading URGENT – Health Alert for Political Prisoner Modeste Boukadia