The Belgian government wants to deliver a Congolese activist to the DRC authorities.

14/08/2017 : A second deportation attempt with police escort is announced on August 17 for Mrs TULUKA MIZAKU Fefe
She arrived in Belgium in 2006, fleeing Kabila’s regime which had put her in prison for being critical.
Mme T.M.Fefe is a journalist. Once in Belgium she carried on denouncing Kabila’s regime.
She was arrested on March 6 2017 and has been detained, since then, in the closed center of Bruges.
She has made several asylum requests with indisputable proofs of her investigation work against Kabila’s regime as a journalist. She has several videos and radio extracts showing for instance the illegality of the last elections (this radio program was realised with the EU representative, diaspora members and so on). But the new elements for her fourth asylum request were considered as “not relevant” by the CGRA.

The Congolese diaspora in Belgium does not understand that Belgium wants to deport to DR of Congo, a “fighting” journalist who has produced programs expressing critical talks against the present regime in DR of Congo, when it is well known that Kabila’s regime does not tolerate any criticism. The Diaspora acknowledges with terror that many Congolese activists are presently detained in Belgian closed centres to be deported to DRC while the Belgian government, the European Union, the USA, the United Nations et the International Community are all denoucing and condemning multiple and increasing human rights violations.

Mrs T.M.Féfé’s interview on CONGOMIKILI on July 132017: “An activist journalist detained and threatened to be deported after 10 years in Belgium.”

Mrs T.M.Fefe is also extremely worried for other compatriots in DRC. The whole file of her asylum request will be given to the Congolese authorities when she arrives in Kinshasa. The file contains several names of people who sent her documents to testify of the situation in DRC. Those people would risk deadly prosecutions by the present regime.

Féfe should not be sent back to DRC! Demonstrations have already been organised by the Congolese diaspora, and others are foreseen to protest against her deportation.

Flight SN359 17/08/2017 10:35 to Luanda and Kinshasa

Come and join us at the airport to show your opposition to these practices! Let’s meet at 8.30 a.m. this 17th of August to explain the situation of Fefe on flights SN 359  and question  SN Airlines on their deadly collaboration to the deportation policies of the Foreigners Office.  
Beware! it is the same SN Airlines counter for all Africa. You should ask their destination to the passengers (Luanda SN 359 and Kinshasa) and explain them that they are allowed to refuse this violent deportation by remaining standing in the plane and talking to the aircraft captain.
For info :
How to prevent a deportation :

Denunciation campaign:  fax , mail and call the people in charge

Brussels Airlines (demandez à ce que que votre message soit transmis au Commandant de bord)

Fax= 027233599 / 02/7238496 / 027534931
Tél 078 188889 / 027232345 /027232362

Leur contacts presse
Vice Président External Communication – Porte-parole
Tél: +32 (0)2 723 84 00
Mobile: +32 (0)477 77 49 11

Vice Président Corporate Communications – Porte-parole
Tél: +32 (0)2 723 85 11
Mobile: +32 (0)477 61 86 45

Media Relations Manager – Porte-parole + médias sociaux
Tél: +32 (0) 2 723 84 55
Mobile: +32 (0) 479 69 36 48

Les autorités belges:

Directeur de l’Office des Etrangers T02 793 80 31 (NL – EN) – 02 79380 30 (FR), Fax 02 274 66 40

Charles Michel
Premier Ministre
Tél: 02 501 02 11 Fax: 02512 69 52

Jan Jambon
Vice Premier Ministre et Ministre del’Intérieur
tél: 02 504 85 13 Fax:02 504 85 00

Theo Francken
Secrétaire d’Etat à l’Asile etla Migration
Tél: 02 206 14 21–

Didier Reynders
Téléphone : 02 501 85 91

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