Congolese Independence Day Celebration



The Goulburn Valley Congolese Association, with the support of Ethnic Council of Shepparton, the Voice for Silent People and African House, will present their Congolese Independence Day Celebration at St Paul’s African House, Shepparton, on Saturday 3th July 2021 from 5.00 to 8.00pm.


Congolese Independence Day Celebration

The Goulburn Valley Congolese Association, with the support of Ethnic Council of Shepparton, the Voice for Silent People and African House, is organising the Congolese Independence Day Celebration.

According to the current dramatic situation in Democratic Republic of Congo, this year, the independence will be celebrated in a form of Conference debate, meditation and reflection on the following topics:

Emery Patrice Lumumba
Emery Patrice Lumumba,
First Prime Minister
of Democratic Republic of Congo
Martyr of the Independence
  • Martyrs of independence remembrance
  • Short History of the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Geographic location of the Democratic republic of Congo
  • Economy of the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Population, Languages, Religion and Culture of the Democratic Republic of Congo
  • Current Shepparton organisations helping the D.R of Congo
  • Conference Debate on the Congolese nationality

Event Details:

Where: at African House
When: Saturday 3th July 2021 from 5.00 to 8.00pm
RSVP Contact: Jean Marie Mupenda 0432 405 572

 

Congolese Independence Day Celebration

 


 

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