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    Congo's Kabila Regime Protestors Mobilize Around the World

     

    NO COMMENTS-- Breaking News: Hundreds of people have being dispersed and brutally asked to leave the conference room at a hotel in Montreal, Canada. Mr. Vital Kamhere, former Congo Parliament Chairman was protested against by hundreds of Congo natives, residents in Canada.

     

    They blame the Congolese politician of being the architect in solidifying Mr. Joseph Kabila's regime during the pre- 2006 presidential elections. They did not believe his claims when he says he now part of the opposition camp to the incumbent president.

     

    Tensions are rising in many world's cities where Congolese are scattered: Paris, Johanesburg, Brussels, London and now Montreal where moslty the Congolese youth are exercising their rights to protest, mixed to a strong feeling of anger, disappointment and a frantic idea to oust Mr. Kabila whom they called, QUOTE " Kagame's Puppet because they believe he is a Rwandan Citizen"

     

    Mr. Vital Kamhere, protected by a few security guards and his staff, left by the back-door while protestors Police could not stop because of the rights to protest, stormed in by the front door, holding signs, chanting on megaphones and dispersing a few other perplexed guests standing by.

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