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Former Rebel Leader Enters Politics

Pastor Frédéric Bitsangou, alias Ntumi, leader of the CNR is ready to enter the ranks? The former Pool warlord whose Ninjas militants regularly fire in Brazzaville signed an agreement with the government last Thursday. This includes the destruction of weapons of war – a recurrent issue – the status of ex-militiamen and the personal future of the “pastor”. The document also provides for the official recognition of the National Council of Republicans, which has succeeded the National Council of Resistance.

Ntumi and his formation intend to take part in the debates preceding the general elections. He should come to Brazzaville to hold several meetings. But out of question to join the coalition that has just been created between the Congolese Labor Party (in power) and the former mayor of Brazzaville, Bernard Kolélas. It remains to be seen whether the government-CNR agreement will be implemented. In the past, Pastor Ntumi has repeatedly turned around.

Like most leaders who have taken by the various civil war in Congo (including those in power), the “pastor” has a lot of innocent blood on his hands. In the past, Pastor Ntumi has repeatedly turned around. Like most leaders who have taken by the various civil war in Congo (including those in power), the “pastor” has a lot of innocent blood on his hands. In the past, Pastor Ntumi has repeatedly turned around. Like most leaders who have taken by the various civil war in Congo (including those in power), the “pastor” has a lot of innocent blood on his hands.

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