Tshopo: victims of the six-day war reassured of compensation for damage

Kisangani, June 12th, 2021 (CPA).- Provincial Minister of Gender in Tshopo, Albertine Likoke, representing Acting Governor Maurice Abibu Sakapela Bin Mungamba at the celebration of the 21st anniversary of six-day war victims in Makiso commune, reassured the victims support in repairing damage.

“My presence at this commemorative ceremony is to reassure the population of Tshopo that the governor wants to accompany the victims of the six-day war for reparation in relation to these crimes that were committed in the city of Kisangani, because ‘there were deaths of men, there was destruction of houses and people’s property, « said Ms. Likoke explaining that with this repair we will not resuscitate the dead.

For his part, Bernard Kalombola Lisenja Bogota, president of the association called «  Solidarity fund for victims of war six days of the great Orientale  » who spoke to the press, explained its structure was created on July 27th, 2007 and the goal is to claim the rights of victims.

In addition, he launched a message of mobilization to the population of Tshopo in order to give full support to the vision of the Head of State Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, thus calling for the creation of a special court that can judge the Rwanda with regard to the crimes committed in Kisangani. Finally, on behalf of his peers, he thanked the elected national deputy of Kisangani, Simene Wa Simene for his support in this fight.

It should be recalled that this six-day war had opposed the Ugandan and Rwandan armies from June 5 to 10, 2000 and had caused thousands of deaths in Kisangani, the capital of the former Orientale province. ACP/

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