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Cablegate: Leahy Vetting for U.S.-Sponsored Training: Iom Training In

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TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 0067
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E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: MARR MASS PHUM ASEC CG
SUBJECT: LEAHY VETTING FOR U.S.-SPONSORED TRAINING: IOM TRAINING IN
BUNIA TO BEGIN SPRING 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 IOM training to be held
in Bunia in Spring 2010.

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

Name
Rank
DOB

Basele Kasembe

INSP ASJT

04/10/1962

Limbaya Pandamoya

COMPPL

07/29/1963

Issa Bin Amisi

COM

12/24/1968

Assani Sabilembo

COM

12/15/1965

Engulu Abekiamwale

COM

12/21/1971

Mukendi Mpunga

COM ADJT

04/21/1967

Mitingi Asani

COM ADJT

03/17/1968

N'Sumbu Dikayeni

COM ADJT

08/15/1962

Masudi Bahati

COM ADJT

03/01/1981


Makpuza Inga Christian

SCOM PPL

10/28/1969

Abule Opolo Isabelle

SCOM PPL

08/16/1969

Mabiala Mabiala

SCOM PPL

07/01/1965

Lugenda Feruzi

SCOM PPL

12/13/1975

Azoro Ndele

SCOM PPL

12/12/1973

Lukinga Askofu John

SCOM PPL

05/05/1960

Avo Eka Josephat

SCOM PPL

11/17/1970

Limpembe Ngokwi Shora

SCOM

03/07/1959

Kisalu Kapungu

SCOM

07/28/1974

Bonane Bendele

SCOM ADJT

01/01/1977

Bikaka Mayala

SCOM ADJT

12/26/1975


Singa Belafelaka

Bdier Chef

04/28/1965

Ndelia Mwenenindi

Bdier

01/01/1975

Mbiye Mwanza Matthieu

Bdier

03/13/1974

Kambala Komanda

Bdier

06/30/1974

Geshi Mbamu

Bdier

12/12/1970

Bitiba Ngimbi

Bdier

11/06/1967

Kasisa Boleko

Bdier Adjt

07/06/1972

Tshibangu Nzengu

Bdier Adjt

04/30/1977

Bahati Ntabagoyi

Bdier Adjt

02/12/1978

Katembo Mitse

Bdier Adjt

06/05/1982

Kayeye Mudimba

APP


06/24/1953

Lembe Ndongala

APP

07/27/1977

Momo Zimango

APP

01/15/1969

Kodja Ondelio

APP

07/12/1961

Mwaya Kilima

SCOMPPL

12/16/1967

Angende Omelia

Agt Pral

02/02/1971

Balinda Being

APJ

01/02/1985

Kadjulo Dhenu Eddy

APJ

08/21/1983

Lwanga Shindani

COM

05/05/1962

Lukulu Mbaki

COM

12/04/1972


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

Mulolo Mussa

COM

01/01/1958

Mbuyi Mwanza


Bdier Chef

12/12/1971

Djumba Risasi

Bdier

11/07/1987

Mpanzu Myala

APJ

09/26/1962

Kielu Kilele Pierre

SCOM

06/05/1960

Akuku Stanys

APJ

02/22/1985
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