Kinshasa, March 3rd, 2022 (CPA) – « Connection Kin » group hosted a theater performance on Thursday centered on the play « Virus ébola », decrying the violence against women in conflict zones, at the French Institute of Kinshasa (IFK) in Gombe municipality.
This 45-minute theatrical piece, written by Aaron Lukamba, and performed by actress Sharon Nimi, tells the story of a young girl Aminata who was forcibly recruited by a group of rebels and then nicknamed virus.
As a schoolboy, she had the ambition to become an important woman in society, but her life was brutally turned upside down when all the members of her family were killed and she subsequently became the sex object of her fellow rebels. To brave this situation, she decides to live in the mental conception of a Man and takes on the elimination of all those who dare to approach her sexually.
This theatrical evening was organized as part of the special edition of Connexion Kin on the occasion of the official visit of the government of the Brussels-Capital Region in March 2022, dedicated to Kinshasa artists, particularly the category of emerging artists, we report.