Author Topic: MUKUSA MBWA DOING INTERVIEW IN A GRAVE...  (Read 3438 times)

Tata Nkiadi #15 on: June 28, 2018, 22:05

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This pisses me the fuck off! I buried my dad in Kimbenseke 8 years ago.  These cemeteries need to be protected by the government and properly cared for.  Those people should be in jail for disrespecting the dead...

This is disturbing..... my dad has always said to me when his time comes he wants to be hurried back home in Kinshasa..... not gonna happen

You gotta have your tomb covered with  high utility cement on top or get cremated, it looks like. What a disgrace, and i condemn Koffi and other leaders for quietly sanctioning this behavior though he’s not directly involved.

We normally cover the graves of family members in cement to prevent theft.  I haven't been in Mbenseke since 2010, but they had security then and they would charge people to visit graves although, that could be a form of corruption rather than security. The point is, the conditions of these cemeteries are deplorable.  I have a grandmother and several of my uncles buried in Kintambo and that cemetery has been "closed" since 1998 but they're still adding corpses despite overcrowding.  It's down right criminal how they're treating and caring for these cemeteries there.

CM PRINCE #16 on: June 28, 2018, 22:54

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This pisses me the fuck off! I buried my dad in Kimbenseke 8 years ago.  These cemeteries need to be protected by the government and properly cared for.  Those people should be in jail for disrespecting the dead...

This is disturbing..... my dad has always said to me when his time comes he wants to be hurried back home in Kinshasa..... not gonna happen

You gotta have your tomb covered with  high utility cement on top or get cremated, it looks like. What a disgrace, and i condemn Koffi and other leaders for quietly sanctioning this behavior though he’s not directly involved.

We normally cover the graves of family members in cement to prevent theft.  I haven't been in Mbenseke since 2010, but they had security then and they would charge people to visit graves although, that could be a form of corruption rather than security. The point is, the conditions of these cemeteries are deplorable.  I have a grandmother and several of my uncles buried in Kintambo and that cemetery has been "closed" since 1998 but they're still adding corpses despite overcrowding.  It's down right criminal how they're treating and caring for these cemeteries there.
This is 10000% true my uncle who passed away young in the early 80s is buried there in kintambo but his coffin/grave is lost since it's overcrowded and they've been burying coffins on top of eachother I'm absolute livid about that

Tata Nkiadi #17 on: June 29, 2018, 16:25

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This pisses me the fuck off! I buried my dad in Kimbenseke 8 years ago.  These cemeteries need to be protected by the government and properly cared for.  Those people should be in jail for disrespecting the dead...

This is disturbing..... my dad has always said to me when his time comes he wants to be hurried back home in Kinshasa..... not gonna happen

You gotta have your tomb covered with  high utility cement on top or get cremated, it looks like. What a disgrace, and i condemn Koffi and other leaders for quietly sanctioning this behavior though he’s not directly involved.

We normally cover the graves of family members in cement to prevent theft.  I haven't been in Mbenseke since 2010, but they had security then and they would charge people to visit graves although, that could be a form of corruption rather than security. The point is, the conditions of these cemeteries are deplorable.  I have a grandmother and several of my uncles buried in Kintambo and that cemetery has been "closed" since 1998 but they're still adding corpses despite overcrowding.  It's down right criminal how they're treating and caring for these cemeteries there.
This is 10000% true my uncle who passed away young in the early 80s is buried there in kintambo but his coffin/grave is lost since it's overcrowded and they've been burying coffins on top of eachother I'm absolute livid about that

Right... the dead should be respected.  The conditions of some of these deceased musicians are disturbing too, some graves broken into, some revealing coffins after years of being unkept, weeds and grass covering them and the government doesn't do anything about it.  It's disgusting.

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