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I am a trilingual journalist based in Kinshasa, grant development through journalism. I am also experienced in researching, producing, and editing, newscasting, documentaries, Knowledge management and communication products, policy and development analysis, and media and communication consultant. I am working with the world's media like VOA News, BBC, TRT, SBS, and UN News in Reporting, filing (shooting and editing) news stories for Radio, TV, and digital platforms with an excellent command of spoken & written English, Swahili, French and Lingala for more than 14 years.

 I have already done and participated in several mission reports on behalf of several radios and training missions.
 I am impartial, honest, and trustworthy, but also I have a good relationship In my career history and I want to express ideas with unambiguous clarity and intensity. I am able to enrich the lives of people with products and services to train, educate, and entertain, and able to work under pressure and with time flexibility. 

I willingly sacrifice rhyme and meter, art, cleverness, elegance, and beauty for these. I remain available for any mission and am interested in my ability to complete it.

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Ce reportage concerne la fin du dépôt des candidatures à l'élection présidentielle du 20 décembre 2023 et les avis de la populations de la ville Kinshasa aux candidats président en RDC.


La République démocratique du Congo a organisé du 12 au 14 août un festival dédié à la préservation de l'environnement purement écologique, dans son parc national des Virunga, la deuxième plus grande forêt tropicale du monde après la forêt amazonienne.


In Kinshasa, the population of at least 12 million is struggling to get rid of its mountains of waste and plastic containers overflowing from the waterways. Due to this lackluster decor, the government is trying to sensitize the population to deal with.







This story was commissioned by UN News TV I lighted on the reality that internally displaced people are going through especially on access to toilets which is a headache for them in the Kasenga site in the city of Uvira in the province of South Kivu.

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