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Insecurite au nord kivu.

Des hommes armes ont assassines,ce vendredi 14 septembre a Oicha au nord kivu,Kakule Wavilire,préfet des études de l Institut MOERA de la localité de Mbau,l une des plus grandes écoles secondaires du territoire de Beni. Ce préfet était âgé de 34 ans.

English translation by PulseWire member JC2986

On this Friday, September 14th, in Oicha, just north of Kivu, armed men killed the head of education, Kakule Wavilire, of the Institute of Moera in Mbau, one of the biggest highschools of the Beni region. The head of education was 34 years old.

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byamungu bahati pascal's picture

Insecurite au nord kivu

Des hommes armes ont assassine ce vendredi 14 septembre,a Oicha,kakule Wavilire,prefet des etudes de l INSTITUT MOERA de la localité de Mbau,l une des plus grandes écoles secondaires du territoire de Beni au nord kivu. Ce préfet était âgé de 34 ans.

Pascal BYAMUNGU

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Translation

On this Friday, September 14th, in Oicha, just north of Kivu, armed men killed the head of education, Kakule Wavilire, of the Institute of Moera in Mbau, one of the biggest highschools of the Beni region. The head of education was 34 years old.

lydiagcallano's picture

Violences

My heart goes out to the victims and witnesses of violence in DRC. That includes you, Bayamungu Bahati Pascal.

I am amazed by your courage to speak out despite the dangers for doing so. Continue to tell the world because you are heard and efforts are done to put an end to violence in DRC and other countries as well.

Meanwhile, have faith in your God because He will see you through. If you feel weak physically and spiritually, kneel and call upon His name. I will help you pray.

Ma. Lydia G. Callano
Iloilo, Philippines
+63 33 3158137 or 5138830

Caroline Gujarati's picture

Thank you for sharing. Could

Thank you for sharing. Could you explain a bit more about what happened?

bronxesqmom's picture

Kakule Wavilire

Thank you for telling the world what happened in Oicha, north of Kivu. Kakule Wavilire's tragic death will not be in vain. Millions of us are dedicating our lives to creating a world filled with peace instead of torn apart by violence. Kakule Wavilire also worked to ensure a better future by educating the next generation of peace builders.

Please continue to share your voice with the rest of us.

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