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Kabila Launches Re-Election Campaign in Maniema Province

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Radio Okapi - October 30, 2011
President Joseph Kabila walks with supporters in Kinshasa on September 11, 2011, as he goes to register his candidacy.
President Joseph Kabila walks with supporters in Kinshasa on September 11, 2011, as he goes to register his candidacy. | Enlarge
President Joseph Kabila launched his re-election campaign in Kindu, Maniema Province, on Sunday. Thousands of supporters welcomed the incumbent president in the eastern Congo city and followed him as he walked 5 kilometers from the airport to the town center to give a speech.

In his address, President Kabila asked his audience to vote for him in the November 28 presidential election.

He acknowledged that the province is still in the process of rebuilding. He promised to build a modern stadium, add a faculty of Medicine to the University of Kindu and housing for its students.

President Kabila told his audience that building a damn at the Kamimbi fall to boost the supply of electricity to the city of Kindu, which is often subjected to power cuts, remains one of his priorities.

During his stay, President Kabila will also attend the inauguration of new buildings for the faculties of Law and Agronomy at the University of Kindu.


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RIYANNov 14, 2011 06:07
I strongly believe that president Kabila is doing a good job, not only for the people of congo but for the whole of Africa and the world. He has steadly transformed that economy to become active and am sure over time Lumumba's prophecy that Africa's economic liberation will come from Congo - will certainly come into being. Those working hard to kill president Kabila please stop it because it is unwise and will only devastate Africa. God forbid.

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