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Cablegate: Request for Human Rights Vetting for U.S.-

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PP RUEHWEB

DE RUEHKI #1153/01 3621612
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 281612Z DEC 09
FM AMEMBASSY KINSHASA
TO SECSTATE WASHDC PRIORITY 0511

UNCLAS KINSHASA 001153

SENSITIVE

SIPDIS

STATE FOR AF/RSA - Ryan London

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC MARR MASS PREL PHUM CG
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR U.S.-
SPONSORED TRAINING: JANUARY 14 DIILS COURSE
TO BE HELD IN KANANGA

1. (U) Post requests Department's assistance in vetting, pursuant
to the Leahy Act and Foreign Assistance Act, the following
candidates selected to participate in the January 14, 2010 DIILS
Training Course held in Kananga, DRC.

2. (U) Post has no derogatory information on the following
candidates. Names of proposed candidates are as follows:

Augustin Mbakata Mangandu
Lt. Col.
01/17/56

Lukulunga Elongo
Major
02/06/53

Kwenge May-Kond
Major
01/30/52

Espoir Muarabu
Major
11/23/71

Kagoro Kisembo
Major
06/05/54
Cesar Mayemba Dilumbu
Captain
11/12/55

Jules Massimo Mansube
Captain
11/09/72


Kankonde Kabangu
Captain
01/12/60

Munyawera Senzonga
Captain
10/10/78

Jean Claude Ndambo
Captain
10/05/69

Banze Mulongo
Captain
08/25/74

Faustin Drandema Madrapile
Captain
08/22/62

Benoit Kapiamba Mubiayi
Captain
03/13/47

Takwebena Kego
Captain
02/29/58

Piluwa Ndolete
Captain
10/09/65

Mwana Kambembo
Captain
01/05/66

Willy Mawika Mbwiti
Captain
10/03/63

Alpha Mambu Mpongo
Lt.
06/27/68

Bambu Manzana
Lt.
02/24/62

Mose Beteni
Lt.
02/05/72


Sebastien Batota Mbuangi
Lt.
11/25/59

Germaine Bongise
Lt.
08/28/80

Alexis Kalenga Moma
Lt.
08/28/77

Jean Bwamba Mikanda
Lt.
06/04/67

Clemence Murongani Luneno
Lt.
01/20/73

Wakiakabi Kabamba
Lt.
12/25/53

Emmanuel Mubiayi Kamba
Lt.
12/12/70

Ilunga Ngoyi Wa Mujila
Lt.
12/12/71

Charles Kasongo
Lt.
12/12/67

Mwagwa Akilimali
Lt.
12/12/76

Kapanga Ndaye
Lt.
07/15/47

Bavon Tshibola Nkashama
Lt.
10/10/60

Jean Pierre Namwisi Manganga
Lt.
06/12/57

Kalaki Mwana
2nd Lt.
11/14/62

Didier Betu Bungi
2nd Lt.
01/30/68

Ngonga Tshinyama
2nd Lt.
12/24/76


Hubert Kaningu Beya
2nd Lt.
12/25/78

JC Kabena Mulenga
2nd Lt.
05/24/57

Leon Kitenge Ngindu
2nd Lt.
12/19/65

Kibunza Mwanza
2nd Lt.
06/06/63

Albert Nsenga Kasongo
2nd Lt.
09/03/57

Pangabo Ebenalongo
2nd Lt.
08/02/71

Kapena Kapena
2nd Lt.
12/30/60

Laini Mpala Seleman
Maj.
12/27/55

Dikanda Masanga
Capt.
07/23/65

Twala Kibay Octave
Capt.
06/24/60

Kapenga Kabele
Capt.
03/18/53

Tshibangu Mvunda
Lt.
08/28/54

Karisha Lwindi
Lt.
08/08/58

Mubiayi Kamba
Lt.
04/12/54

Kankole Lobo
Lt.
01/01/71

Lenge Mutombo
2nd Lt.
07/06/67
Simbi Deogratias
2nd Lt.
12/22/68

Kazadi Ilunga
2nd Lt.
09/15/79

Likondji Moke
2nd Lt.
06/18/43

Kembanda Ngankoy
2nd Lt.
02/23/70

Bonteke Nyamaolo
2nd Lt.
11/24/69

Banza Mukalayi
2nd Lt.
11/24/69

Bisikudia Buabua
Sgt. Major/Adj. Chef
08/06/55

Mubana Kifilakani
Sgt./Adj 1Class
12/02/57

Bahati Kalamba
Adj.
05/05/61

Mukendi Tuenzelebadi
Adj.
08/05/59

Djuma Jean
Adj.
01/03/77

3. (U) Post has no derogatory information on the following
candidates, all of whom are cadets in training and have no rank as
of yet. Names of proposed candidates are as follows:

Adilinda Mogbeka
03/20/86

Adusuma Yala Bogi
04/26/88

Badibanga Ngambua
07/21/86

Basubi Milemba
12/10/86

Bitha Vann
04/14/91

Bofua Mudiba
02/29/85

Botshila Lomboto
09/12/86

Botshila Mpokosele
09/12/86

Fwamambu Mpaka
12/19/87

Ikoyo Mahambi
01/18/86

Iwanga Peniel
08/28/83

Kabaladi Mulamba
01/15/87

Kabondo Wakabondo
04/19/85

Kabongo Mbuyangandu
01/24/84

Kakudji Mukala
01/25/85

Kapend Mbuyi Yav
06/11/86

Kasongo Kitenge
04/01/86

Kibale Banza
07/27/88

Kitoko Mbo
09/01/88

Kokaba Adobe
03/02/88

Kyalumba Kalokota
12/15/83

Kutomboka Mokidi
12/03/85

Kyungu Mbedi
12/10/86

Lemba Lusanga
03/03/86

Lifuta Jonathan
07/20/89

Lisungi Lokongo
07/27/83

Luvandu Bula
07/17/86

Luyindula Ngoma
02/14/86

Mabiala Kikela
06/23/88


Madilu Kiangata
06/29/84

Makakala Yamfu
04/17/88

Makolo Dikamba
06/13/85

Mani Mbando
05/25/89

Mawete Botshu
03/21/86

Mingali Mandiangu
11/12/88


Mogbekuma Buedy
09/05/87

Mohulu Momi-ta-name
07/08/88

Motondo Monga Eluku
10/24/89

Munyen Mwa-Bimbile
06/19/88

Mukanda Nzengu
07/21/86

Mukoko Yamutumba
03/25/85

Mulongo Kavwenge
03/30/84

Murez Kayiman
09/21/87

Muselemu Emmanuel
12/25/84

Munganga Kigwishiya
06/26/88

Mutande Kibambe
06/08/88

Mupepe Luyinda
04/01/85

Mutapay Mubikay
09/29/84

Mbula Bunangana
05/24/86

Nasena Ngoma
12/07/85

Nkoy Bokuta
04/05/89

Takoy Shungu
02/22/85

Tengetenge Iyangu
07/29/87

Tumba Mafutala
01/25/85

Wamba Bonzembo
02/02/86

Wombo Pelenda
04/28/89

Yumba Masangu
07/12/84


4. (SBU) The following persons are excluded from training due to
Class 1 consular hits:

Bob VungaLim Lim
Lt. Col.
09/07/55

Ilunga Kalala
Capt.
07/27/79

Tanga Bola Lwango
Capt.
05/15/65

Jean Mapu Kapena
Lt.
06/10/57

Murhunzi Kalaba
Lt.
10/01/67

Mbil Salambele Etal
2nd Lt.
04/06/62

Bamana Baudouin
2nd Lt.
04/25/60

Kakese Ngongo
2nd Lt.
07/15/50

Amuri Musa
2nd Lt.
12/12/1969


5. (SBU) The following cadets are excluded from training due to

Class 1 consular hits:

Banze Mwamba
11/17/86

Kaite Christopher
06/29/86

Kanyinda Kabongo
03/21/86

Kapongo Ntambua
06/30/86

Kazadi Kahamba
11/08/89

Lutete Puati
12/08/84
Mfuansoni Buanga
05/09/86


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