WOMEN’S ALL NIGHT PRAYER!!!
We are calling Congolese women to come in agreement in prayer for the freedom, peace, unity of our nation The Democratic Republic of Congo. God has a plan for Congo, Jeremy 29:11 says “ For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future”. The night prayer will take place this Friday 10/02/2012 from 12 midnight to 5.00am at 2 Tabernacle Avenue, or 305 Barking Road, Plaistow, London E13 8EG.
For more information call: 07956494437, 07466870451, 07405825323, 07424009947.
Nearest Tube Station is Canning Town (Jubilee line) Buses: 5,115, 300, 330, 276. 4 stops from Canning Town Station, Pass Mac Donald, Opposite Kwik Fit.
All Women are welcome
WOMEN TOGETHER FOR PEACE
VENUE CHANGE: MEETING WITH LAWYERS FROM THE FIRM “BINDMANS” ON THURSDAY 9 FEBRUARY 2012 AT THE SELBY CENTRE at 7pm. Please circulate. This is an INFORMATION AND WORK SESSION to assist Demonstrators who have Court hearing coming, those with no lawyers, those who had a “bad” duty solicitors and want to change, and to share resources to provide evidence in Court. Ingeta Peace!Selby Centre Selby Road Tottenham London N17 8JL
A massive march planned by the Catholics church based in DR Congo, 16TH FEB 2012, to remember the christian who were killed during a peaceful march on the same day in 1992. They were killed as a result of protesting against dictatorship and the oppression they faced by the government. This event is a worldwide march and our brothers and sisters from other countries including US,Canada,France,Belgium will also be joining in solidarity and taking to the streets for this very same purpose.
We will also be remembering that over 5.4million people that have died since 1996 as a result of war,oppression and the on-going genocide in DR Congo. please join and help to bring back democracy and peace in DR Congo and be the voices of the millions that were silenced and never got a chance to speak. Continue reading PLANNED MARCH – 16TH FEB 2012
UN report says Kase Lawal knew he was dealing with the wanted warlord Bosco Ntaganda
A US trade adviser appointed by Barack Obama orchestrated a deal to buy gold worth millions of dollars from a wanted Congolese warlord, according to a UN report
Read More: http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2012/feb/05/us-adviser-linked-illegal-drc-gold?fb=native&CMP=FBCNETTXT9038