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

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DE RUEHKI #0244/01 0540931
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
O R 230930Z FEB 10
FM AMEMBASSY KINSHASA
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC IMMEDIATE 0252
INFO RUEHKI/AMEMBASSY KINSHASA

UNCLAS KINSHASA 000244

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ASEC MARR MASS PREL PHUM CG
SUBJECT: REQUEST FOR HUMAN RIGHTS VETTING FOR U.S.-SPONSORED
TRAINING: MARCH 2010 FCC 20 TO BE HELD IN KINSHASA, DRC

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 March 2010 FCC 20
Training Course held in Kinshasa, DRC.

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

Wembo Kitunga

Maj.

02/24/1972

Maleula Kaseka

Capt.

12/31/1968

Zitongo Kwasi

Maj.

08/15/1970

Ngoy Masangu

Maj.

03/02/1977

Eboko Eleke

Maj.

06/13/1970

Dawe Bige

Capt.

02/06/1975

Kazadi Mumanya

Maj.

05/15/1946

Mvutula Ndomba

Maj.

08/08/1966

Bahati Gasori

Capt.

04/01/1976

Ngombo Mpinbi

Maj.

01/09/1973


Sevete Nsumi Swete

Lt. Col.

05/05/1966

Ramazani Kayiko

Capt.

03/25/1968

Kapita Koko Lemba

Capt.

03/03/1958

Ngoy Nkulu

Capt.

08/18/1967

Tshinyingai Kaseya

Lt. Col.

11/16/1969

Bokanga Zingwa

Maj.

07/28/1969

Dembwa Dembwa

Maj.

08/07/1960

Ditend Tshinge

Maj.

03/30/1960

Ngoy Mwamba

Capt.

08/26/1969

Musombwa Mayika

Capt.

05/22/1971

Yves Mukoko Buangu

Capt.

02/13/1957


Ngoy Kazadi

Capt.

06/24/1973

Ndiaka Mabanga

Capt.

10/12/1969

Kanu Kalondji

Capt.

03/18/1975

Kalima Kubakuya

Lt. Col.

03/16/1978

Amani Ndeze

Capt.

06/17/1975

Makasa Celestin

Maj.

08/01/1973

Bantu Balume

Capt.

11/19/1969

Salumbu Kimanda

Capt.

03/31/1968

Mudekereza Kuhunguya

Capt.

01/23/1975

Thimanga Mulowayi

Maj.

04/12/1968

Nakotik Kasila

Maj.

07/27/1967


Kikambo Menayame

Lt. Col.

03/02/1973

Jean Pierre Kavunga

Capt.

12/27/1968

Yesu Twite

Capt.

12/14/1970

Kambale Kamabu

Capt.

01/19/1976

3. (SBU) The following persons are excluded from training due to
possible human rights abuses:

Willy Mussumbi

Maj.

11/18/1970

Roger Mbonzo

Capt.

12/15/1973

Antoine Amisi Sasabisa

Lt. Col.

05/24/1959

Beya A Yav

Capt.

09/27/1967

Mbangala Manzanza

Capt.

07/14/1971

Kinda Muyumba

Maj.

06/16/1966

Nkulu Kasongo


Capt.

11/03/1963

David Kulonga

Capt.

05/05/1969

Richard Mpiana

Maj.

12/12/1968

Kayembe Mulumba

Maj.

05/25/1966

Michel Kapia

Capt.

07/10/1971

Monya Bomongo

Capt.

07/31/1979

Balume Kamwana

Capt.

07/17/1977

Ayambe Sana

Capt.

03/29/1978

Tshishiku Wa Tshishiku

Capt.

07/02/1967

Kifutila Maluenge

Capt.

12/27/1967

Ricky Mongila M Ungie

Capt.

02/12/1978

Mbaya Mbomba


Capt.

08/08/1975
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