The populations of the village Malolo2 in the district of Louvakou evoke facts relating to a joint Congolo-Angolan military raid on September 10, 2020. This information, corroborated by reliable sources, is related to a certain Taty Alexandre, an activist the Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda, which is said to be in possession of an imposing arsenal of war.

The village of Malolo in the district of Louvakou has been home to many Angolan refugees, formerly activists of Flec, since 1975. So it was here that a delegation of the Angolan Army led by General Estevao Komba came down to meet the Congolese Armed Forces delegation, led by Colonel Alphonse Nzamba, for an officially ’courtesy visit.’

In fact of “ courtesy visit ”, the villagers who were not born of the last rain, linked this descent which in their eyes is rather an inspection of the places, in search of a named Alexandre Taty, a former Angolan army commando warrior, who became an activist of the Flec which would have melted into nature, with large quantities of weapons and ammunition which he had held since the end of the events of 1997 in Congo-Brazzaville.

In front of the two delegations, the populations of Malolo who refused the presents and other food brought to them, denounced the “ hypocrisy ” of the Angolan Army which according to them knows where to find the said Taty Alexander and his men, as well. than the weapons they hold.

For the populations of Malolo, this alleged search for an Angolan rebel whose base is Congolese territory would be for the Angolan army, a pretext for carrying out “false legitimacy” in incursions into Congolese soil. Acts regularly denounced by the populations of the districts of Kimongo, of the village of Ilou-Panga and also of the district of Louvakou who suffer the misdeeds.

Some believe that this joint descent of delegations of Angolan and Congolese armies in Malolo lifts a corner of the veil on the military deployment noted in recent days, between Pointe-Noire and Dolisie.

There is something to say : Case to follow.

Source : Bertrand BOUKAKA / Les Échos du Congo-Brazzaville