Congolese Opposition Dropout In Fresh Trouble Again

- Published: 10 May 2018
Congolese Opposition Dropout In Fresh Trouble Again

The Congolese opposition dropout and former soldier Mr Bolodjwa Amisi Obed has been sanctioned by the United Nations and the Congolese government for using his influence on the people of Congo and force them to leave their land so that he can dig out gold from their land.

According to the Congolese national television news, Mr Obedi has been working with the Congolese rebels of M23 to raid people from their land and leading to loss of lives to many Congolese innocent lives. He is believed to be in contact with high ranked Congolese generals that have favored him from being arrested and charged.

The MONUSCO has sanctioned him from involvement in political rallies and doing any international trading business until he has been cleared by the court for the cases filed against him. He is believed to have been one of the Congolese business men and politicians who have been smuggling gold outside Congo for better market.

It is believed that the money he gets out of the gold is the money he uses to finance his political rallies and also used to aid rebellious rebel groups in Congo. Watch this space for more details about this story.