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

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R 081058Z JAN 10
FM AMEMBASSY KINSHASA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0010

UNCLAS KINSHASA 000018

SENSITIVE
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STATE FOR AF/RSA - RYAN LONDON

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR MASS PHUM ASEC PREL CG
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR U.S.-SPONSORED
TRAINING: DIILS TRAINING IN MBANDAKA TO BEGIN FEBRUARY 1, 2010

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 DIILS training to be held
in Mbandaka, DRC beginning February 1, 2010.

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

Name
Rank
DOB

Pontien Mulunda Moombe

Colonel

12/3/1954

Mayola Mavuangha

Major

04/24/1957

Utshudi Emonganya

Major

07/15/1973

Kikanda Muyenga

Major

07/07/1958

Numbi Masengo

Major

10/19/1960

Gerard Munsola

Major

04/28/1957

Sandja Lofo

Major

10/06/1968

Mayekika John

Captain

04/14/1960

Pondo Salanga

Captain

01/01/1969


Selenge Eshiko

Captain

10/14/1964

Kawaya Placide

Captain

10/10/1967

Kamina Freddy

Captain

10/10/1967

Likulu Isaloni

Captain

12/24/1942

Kalala Tshitumbi

Captain

04/04/1970

Tshanga Tshanga

Lieutenant

09/09/1973

Bando Limbembe

Lieutenant

10/10/1970

Lilango Isalokaka

Lieutenant

09/01/1952

Lokangu Labama

Lieutenant

10/09/1967

Kambere Jules

2nd Lieutenant

06/26/1971

Bolongo Likombe

2nd Lieutenant


05/05/1964

Mbasani Lisombo

2nd Lieutenant

06/06/1967

Rocha Nkone Mboyo

2nd Lieutenant

02/22/1974

Mampasi Nsilulu

2nd Lieutenant

06/13/1967

Mandika Mokanda

2nd Lieutenant

10/25/1958

Kukumu Metubanza

2nd Lieutenant

05/05/1974

Mbuyi Nzinga

2nd Lieutenant

10/12/1970

Nyoshi Nyoka

2nd Lieutenant

10/07/1973

Mubanda Didier

Adjoint Chef

11/23/1979

Ekutshu Tshoki

Lieutenant

06/07/1956

Bolongo Flugence

Lieutenant

06/07/1965

Bokosa Wa Bokosa

Lieutenant


05/15/1955

Musim Lufungola

Lieutenant

06/06/1966

Nzani Nzakodi

2nd Lieutenant

01/15/1950

Balsey Wene

2nd Lieutenant

05/20/1976


3. (SBU) The following persons are excluded from training due to
Class 1 consular hits and/or suspected human rights abuses:

Nsimba Ngandu

2nd Lieutenant

06/09/1970

Mossombo Monga

Lieutenant

06/28/1968

Babu John

Captain

1963

David Landu Kivuila

Captain

06/14/1974

Lokashi Bolongo

2nd Lieutenant

10/14/1974

Mambiko Lindomba

Lieutenant

09/16/1959

Richard Bete Mboli

Lieutenant

11/24/1958


Longulu Longoy

Captain

04/16/1936

Babandje Sabi

Captain

12/20/1974

Claude Bangbe Dunisa

Captain

06/04/1966

Tshimanga Mukadi

Captain

11/16/1970

Ilunga Wa Ilunga

Captain

03/23/1970

Kasongo Wa Kasongo

Captain

12/29/1967

Max Kahozi Ngoy

Major

10/06/1966

Mbonga

Lieutenant Colonel

03/17/1974

Mateso Tsedha

Colonel

12/19/1979
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