The Kongo Central Provincial Security Council launches out against crime and insecurity

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Mbanza-Ngungu, April 10th, 2021 (CPA) .- The provincial security council of Kongo central, chaired last Wednesday in Mbanza-Ngungu by the provincial governor Atou Matubuana Nkuluki, recommended the transfer of all the brigands and criminals from Matadi to Mbanza-Ngungu and the forthcoming organization in this city of mobile hearings with a view to their judgment.

According to the administrator of the territory of Mbanza-Ngungu, Luc Makiadi who confided in the CPA last Thursday, during a meeting in which the members of the local security council were associated and at the end of which several other decisions have been taken, Governor Atou Matubuana Nkuluki admitted that for some time in the territory of Mbanza-Ngungu, an upsurge in crime has been observed which necessitated the holding of a provincial security council in with a view to inquiring into the situation and providing shock therapy for the population to live in safety.  During this same meeting, the council had talks with members of the local Security Council from whom it receives daily security reports in order to compare them with what is happening on the ground.

The active forces, in particular the representatives of religious confessions, the notability, the various youth associations, the structures of women and the local press were also associated with these exchanges and provided information in relation to crime and insecurity.

that are rampant in this territory. Governor Atou Matubuana invited the local press to collaborate and support the local authorities in order to eradicate crime in Mbanza-Ngungu, before calling on the media to contribute to the development of this particular entity and of the province generally by playing their role of educating, training and entertaining the population.

The lack of mobility of security agents, insufficient staffing of the elements of the Congolese National Police (PNC), the sale of strong liquors in stores, the release of inciviques, the lack of rigor of the local authorities, the he approval of the bases or groups of bandits by the authorities and the lack of jobs for young people in state enterprises to the detriment of young people, particularly from Kinshasa, are cited among the causes of insecurity in this region.  The mayor of the city of Matadi, Pathy Nzuzi Makengedi, the provincial commissioner of the PNC, divisional Placide Nyembo, the president of the TGI / Mbanza-Ngungu, Cécile Tumba, the public prosecutor at the TGI / Mbanza-Ngungu, Pami Mayala, took part in this meeting.