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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting for U.S. Sponsored Training: Africom Training

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SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING FOR U.S. SPONSORED TRAINING: AFRICOM TRAINING
IN KISANGANI TO BEGIN FEBRUARY 15, 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 AFRICOM training in
Kisangani to begin February 15, 2010.

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

Name
Rank
DOB

Kabange Kasonda

Maj

12/12/1972

Kitwa Kapanga

Maj

1974

Mitamba Assani Bamukuta

Capt

12/25/1971

Ilunga Lainosa

Capt

1976

Koyabo Abeyawe Rigobert

Capt

1973

Mukanga Moke Eddy

Lt

10/22/1973

Kilonda Pemba Jules

Lt

1974

Batumo Abiangbale Djhon

2Lt

12/12/1982

Ngongo Ununu

2Lt

09/03/1980


Nsakala Komba

Chief Warrant Officer

05/05/1972

Molumbe Ade Zangama

1Sm

05/10/1969

Matondo Ngoila

1Sgt

10/18/1980

Mayamba Pelende

1Sgt

01/01/1974

Eyenga Lingonzo

Sgt

08/01/1981

Ngbanda Moghini

Sgt

01/01/1972

Kadiata Pidipidi

Sgt

11/10/1970

Fingi Belezao

Sgt

08/06/1971

Anangi Wmunanga

Cpl

01/01/1980

Bwira Mohindo

Cpl

06/07/1979

Katembo Mukamuisi

Cpl

10/10/1979

Sapata Gbomelepu

Cpl

01/15/1968

Evoloko Endolo

2Cpl

01/12/1979

Madjo Ambua

2Cpl

01/11/1979

Kamanda Seta

2Cpl

10/02/1975

Lobo Saliboko

2Cpl

01/01/1974

Mobinda Isasi

2Cpl

12/06/1976


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

Mwamba Mwana Shanga

Capt

08/26/1972

Maloba Ilunga

Lt

02/01/1979

Kikuni

Lt

1981

Ebuma Mata

2Lt

1969

Matala Lenda


Cpl

01/01/1979

Motombo Kipulu

Cpl

05/05/1972

Ngoma Losia

2Cpl

02/04/1978
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