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Maniema: Saramabila population deserted for fear of FDLR attack

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By Josephine Lukoya

newsdesk@greatlakesvoice.com

DRC-The city of Saramabila in the territory of Kabambare, A380 from Winchester in the south ofKindu Maniema, the whole village is has fled fearing FDRL attack.

Basically, the circulation of leaflets showing of an imminent incursion of Democratic Forces for the Liberation of Rwanda (FDLR), who had already attacked the city early this month.

Since the circulation of leaflets, two days ago, many families head for the towns of Kayembe, Wamaza Kopakopa and in the same territory Kabambare. Some go into the villages in the Chiefdom Nonda in the territory of Kasongo.

The displaced have no assistance, according to local civil society in host families.
Other residents took refuge in the bush.

These people say they fear for their safety.

The few people remained Saramabila indicated that fear was earning the city especially at night, despite the presence here and there a few things beyond Congolese National Police (PNC) and the Armed Forces of DRC (FARDC).

They argue that the FDLR rebels often engage in multiple acts of violence such as rape, looting and kidnapping.

Their latest foray into this city, on the night of November 5 to 6, had killed five people, including two and three FARDC FDLR

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