BDK

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More than 3,000 inmates are said to have escaped from the institution following an attack to free Ne Muanda Nsemi, the leader of Bundu Dia Kongo political-religious sect.
In the Bas-Congo region, a self-styled prophet named Ne Muanda Nsemi, has been leading a separatist movement called the Bundu dia Kongo (BDK).
Justice Minister Alexis Thambwe Mwamba said Bundu dia Kongo movement members attacked the prison in Kinshasa early yesterday.
(21) However, when investigating the confusion surrounding border ambitions as opposed to the ethno-prophetic demands of a religious movement, we cannot ignore the Bundu dia Kongo movement in Congo-Kinshasa.
Bundu dia Kongo (BDK) (22) claims to be fighting for the rehabilitation of the cultural values of the Kongo ethnic group and for the rebirth of the civilizations that existed in Central Africa before the arrival of Mundele, the White man.
(22) See the doctoral thesis (unpublished) on this subject by Odon Kawaya Meya: 'Ethnographie de Bundu dia Kongo en RDC.
Bundu Dia Kongo (BDK), an ethnically-based spiritual and political movement in Bas-Congo province, continued to call for the reestablishment of an "ethnically pure" Kongo kingdom, encompassing sections of the country and also Angola and the Republic of Congo.
Earlier this year, secessionist group, Bundu dia Kongo (BDK) s self-styled leader, Ne Muanda Nsemi, was imprisoned in the Makala Jail, Kinshasa, for allegedly insulting President Joseph Kabila and for inciting violence between BDK's supporters and the police.
Bundu Dia Kongo, an ethnically based spiritual and political movement that called for the establishment of an "ethnically pure" kingdom from the Bakongo tribe, remained outlawed for its separatist, political goals.
Bundu Dia Kongo, an ethnically based spiritual and political movement that called for the overthrow of the Government and the establishment of an "ethnically pure" kingdom from the Bakongo tribe remained outlawed.