Kasaï: a number of Luebo infrastructures engulfed by erosion (Provincial deputy)
Provincial deputy of Kasaï, Olivier Tombetombe deplores the disappearance of a number of infrastructures within the territory and town of Luebo, roughly 220 kilometers northeast of Tshikapa, within the province of Kasaï.
This disappearance follows erosion as a result of torrential rains, explains Olivier Tombetombe:
“We housed the district commissioner’s constructing, which now not exists, the territorial administration constructing which now not exists. The constructing of town of Luebo, which now not exists. The buildings housing the judicial establishments, the excessive court docket, the court docket that have been submerged. Much more critical, one other emblematic constructing, which is the Luebo jail, which had hosted emblematic individuals like Simon Kimbangu, all this arsenal of infrastructure has been swallowed up by the wet circumstances that we now have skilled, 12 months after 12 months. “.
This elected consultant of Luebo says he has despatched a number of open letters and memos to the President of the Republic on this topic in order that ample measures are taken to resolve this drawback.
“All we’re asking of the President of the Republic is to have the ability to instruct the Minister of Infrastructure, in order that he takes measures prone to stem erosion in our space. You go from Kabemba to Ndjokopunda, from Dishiye of the mission to town of Luebo, in every single place within the massive agglomerations, in Ndjokopunda, you have got erosion heads and different homes, dwellings have been swallowed up” , he lamented.