To celebrate the death of the former prime Minister Nene Ilunga Nkulu

To celebrate the death of the former prime Minister Nene Ilunga Nkulu

Pacifique Lwabaguma

To celebrate the death of the former prime minister of R D Congo, the Minister of Employment and Social Welfare Nene Ilunga Nkulu decrees Monday, January 18, 2021, as January 17, the day of his death falls on a Sunday. The boss of Employment has, through a press release made public, justified this choice of The Minister of Employment and Social Welfare, Nene Ilunga Nkulu has just declared unemployed and paid on Monday, January 18, 2021. The boss of Employment has through a statement made public justified this choice to celebrate the death of the former Prime Minister of the Democratic Republic of the Congo on Monday because January 17 falls on a Sunday. The former prime minister was assassinated in Katanga on January 17, 1961. And the President of the Republic promised during his speech wishes to the nation to repatriate the remains of his body preserved in Belgium. It should be noted that on January 16 and 17 of each year, the DRC remembers its national heroes in the person of M’zee Laurent-Desired Kabila and Patrice Emery Lumumba. To this end, a mass has always been organized for the occasion to mark this event and honor these personalities who have left an indelible mark on the DR​

Pacifique Lwabaguma correspondent Projet Radici RDC

Patrice Émery Lumumba was the first to occupy the post of Prime Minister of the Belgian Congo between June and September 1960. Born July 2, 1925 in Onalua (Katako-Kombe territory in Sankuru) in the Belgian Congo (current Democratic Republic of Congo), he was assassinated on January 17, 1961 in Katanga​

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