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01/12/2019: President Bonsi wrote to the President of the Democratic Republic of the Congo to solicit his intervention to rescue the population of Zongo devastated by floods
Since October, the city of Zongo, in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), and all the surrounding area has been devastated by torrential rains and flooding of the Ubangi River.
Zongo is a town in the province of South-Ubangi, in the northwestern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo, located on the southern bank of the Ubangi river, opposite Bangui, a city in the Central African Republic.
This serious situation has caused devastated houses, impassable roads and thousands of people adrift.
The mayor of the city of Zongo, Michel Siazo Mbwi Yekeyeke, has announced that over 36,000 people, including 24,000 children, have been displaced and are in serious difficulty.
Despite the devastating situation, the Congolese government is slow to intervene and the situation is plummeting, with the risk of epidemics and deaths.
The Templar Nation sent a relief group and President Bonsi sent, on November 21 last, an official letter to the President of the DRC, Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo, in which he urges the direct intervention of the President to bring relief to the population.
On December 1st, the Congolese President, after an official visit to Bangui (a town in the Central African Republic, located in front of Zongo and also affected by floods), went to Zongo to coordinate relief efforts.
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