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According to the confessions of two fugitive police officers, who claim to have participated in the execution of human rights defenders, the remains of Fidèle Bazana Edady were buried in a concession west of Kinshasa, on the road to central Kongo . </p><div> <p><em>With our correspondent in Kinshasa</em>, <strong>Commander-in-Chief</strong>
According to the United Nations Joint Human Rights Office in Kinshasa, searches began on Wednesday in what was the private concession General Zelwa Katanga “Djadjidja”. A concession which was divided into several plots resold to individuals after the assassination. And it is per square meter that the excavations are carried out. The work is carried out by specialists from MONUSCO, explains the head of the Joint Office, and their assistance was requested by the Congolese military justice.
For the moment there is no clue yet on the presence of a body buried in the excavated part. Research will continue on the entire fragmented concession.
Put under house arrest, General Djadjidja, who has been assigned to Kisangani for several months, is held in Kinshasa following testimonies given to RFI by the fugitive police. Revelations confirmed by a third police officer arrested in mid-February in Lubumbashi. All three admitted having participated in the execution of Floribert Chebeya and Fidèle Bazana at the beginning of June 2010. Then colonel, General Djadjidja, very close of General John Numbi, was at the head of the military police in Kinshasa.
Source site www.rfi.fr