BANGUI (LNC) – That took place in streets of PK5, an initiative of the future soon Cardinal Dieudonné NZAPALAINGA. Stated aim of “promoting peace, and the return of refugees and internally displaced persons“.
Several hundred people took part of it
Te walk started at the parish called “Sainte Trinité” in the ‘Castors‘ district, went through the bridge Yakité, next by the market ‘Sambo‘, finally to reach the memorial of Koudoukou.
Emotional moment when the crowd began to sing the national anthem LA RENAISSANCE.
On the way route, some individuals of Muslim faith joined the procession.
“We centrafricans, nobody will tear us apart, We must watch out for that very carefully. Let’s build this country. We need a future for our country. they are orphans, they’ve got nothing to eat, no Dad, no Mum, left to themselves, enduring pain. Who will be able to care for them? That why we must join our forces and voices, for Peace back. It is a treasure, God can give it to us.”
At the end, several Muslims accompanied the priest at his point of start, the parish of “Sainte Trinité”.
No incident occurred all way long.
The prelate said in conclusion:
«Today, I was touched by two things during this walk of peace we made in the PK5 here in Bangui. With crowd going wild, we marched away to call for dialogue and the end of all fears.
A goat was at the head of the procession and became our mascot. Next, I stopped at the level of a group of young men, and I spoke to them about peace and forgiveness. They entered their house and brought a young man to me, surely a person retained before to be killed.
Those two facts talked to me, and are signs that even animals are in favour of peace among people in Centrafric!»
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October 2016 LAMINE MEDIA