Ireland RD Congo: President Tshisekedi attends the centenary of the Kimbanguist church

16:45  07 april  2021
16:45  07 april  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Des membres de l'Eglise kimbanguiste rassemblés dans le temple de Nkamba, en 2017 (image d'illustration) © John Wessels / AFP Members of the Kimbanguist Church gathered in the Nkamba Temple, in 2017 (image of illustration)

in the DRC, the Centenary of the Kimbanguist Church, a Congolese Christian worship was followed by hundreds of thousands of faithful. Tuesday, April 6, demonstrations were organized in the city of Nkamba, nicknamed New Jerusalem, in the province of Kongo Central. Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi, the President of the Republic, called the descendants of Simon Kimbangu to the unit before issuing the wish to see the 6th of April of each year unemployed and publicate in the country.

with our correspondent in Kinshasa, Kamanda WA Kamada Muzembe

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Born September 12, 1887, Simon Kimbangu received from God, a certain April 6, 1921, the mission of liberating the blacks of the colonial yoke, said the President of the Republic in his speech. For Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi, he was a supporter of non-violence who was sentenced to death on October 14, 1951 by a Belgian exceptional court.

a sentence who, recalled the head of state, had been commuted in life. President Tshisekedi highlighted the loyalty of the Prophet Kimbangu to his convictions. He did not flank an iota during his thirty years imprisonment.

The perseverance and spirit of self-denial of Simon Kimbangu deserve to be kept wisely. They also deserve to be taught to future generations, insisted the head of state. Another wish of the President of the Republic, the proposal will be made to Parliament for the date of 6 April to be recorded as a holiday in memory "of the mythical man that was the Prophet Simon Kimbangu".

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