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Old May 31st, 2011, 12:42 AM   #41
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You're right on this! Let's see what the election outcome will be.
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Old July 27th, 2011, 03:39 PM   #42
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Old July 27th, 2011, 06:37 PM   #43
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Great Update bro.

But what are those little houses? Any idea?
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Old July 28th, 2011, 12:48 AM   #44
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Great Update bro.

But what are those little houses? Any idea?
C'est la station balneaire de Muanda.Ce sont les 40 maisons sur 57 prevues pour le logement des touristes qui frequenteront cette plage apres sa rehabilitation.L'inauguration est prevue pour Janvier 2012 selon le reporter de TELE50.
Sans vouloir offenser les forumers,Butembo pouvez demander aux membres de citer leur source et de donner le lien lors qu'ils postent les images ou les photos please.

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Old July 28th, 2011, 01:57 AM   #45
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C'est la station balneaire de Muanda.Ce sont les 40 maisons sur 57 prevues pour le logement des touristes qui frequenteront cette plage apres sa rehabilitation.L'inauguration est prevue pour Janvier 2012 selon le reporter de TELE50.
Sans vouloir offenser les forumer,Butembo pouvez demander aux membres de citer leur source et de donner le lien lors qu'ils postent les images ou les photos.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 01:57 AM   #46
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Can you please put the source of your photos? its important by giving credit to the person who you got the pics from.

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Old July 28th, 2011, 02:11 AM   #47
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Can you please put the source of your photos? its important by giving credit to the person who you got the pics from.

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Okay, I will find where he exactly takes them from because those are his private and he told me there is an album full of these constructions.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 04:38 AM   #48
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Okay, I will find where he exactly takes them from because those are his private and he told me there is an album full of these constructions.
Just put him as the source. Don't waste your time by finding out where he got them from.

Very nice photos BTW, I didn't know something like that was going on in Muanda. This place needs a Deep Sea Port as soon as possible. This place is an investment spot not waiting explode in Real Estate.

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Old July 28th, 2011, 05:36 AM   #49
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Just put him as the source. Don't waste your time by finding out where he got them from.

Very nice photos BTW, I didn't know something like that was going on in Muanda. This place needs a Deep Sea Port as soon as possible. This place is an investment spot not waiting explode in Real Estate.
Can't give the source because it's private. That's why I will look for the other one.
It gives me good hope to see a beach in Congo since we always have to go to other countries for beach time. Like you did say before we need some five star hotels with some nice bars and some parks, the city will be a destination for congo tourism.
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Can't give the source because it's private. That's why I will look for the other one.
It gives me good hope to see a beach in Congo since we always have to go to other countries for beach time. Like you did say before we need some five star hotels with some nice bars and some parks, the city will be a destination for congo tourism.
Never been there but the beach looks magnificent! A little bit of cleaning will make it even better looking. See, we can create our own coastal paradise in Bas-Congo!
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Old July 28th, 2011, 06:34 AM   #51
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Can't give the source because it's private. That's why I will look for the other one.
Thats alright then. Since its private. We have got to respect people's privacy. No big deal. Saying FaceBook is enough.

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Never been there but the beach looks magnificent! A little bit of cleaning will make it even better looking. See, we can create our own coastal paradise in Bas-Congo!

Since there is already Banks (RawBank and i think one more bank not sure which one though).

Building an Airport ( Not the small one there), Banana Port and only 4 Hotels and then sell them to privates. Managing that Place by making it a bit larger and cleaner. Thats all. If only a decent government could support that Karibuni Tourism Agency thats private and has the willing to build Tourism in this country. I know nothing will happen at the moment, just wishing.
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Thats alright then. Since its private. We have got to respect people's privacy. No big deal. Saying FaceBook is enough.






Since there is already Banks (RawBank and i think one more bank not sure which one though).

Building an Airport ( Not the small one there), Banana Port and only 4 Hotels and then sell them to privates. Managing that Place by making it a bit larger and cleaner. Thats all. If only a decent government could support that Karibuni Tourism Agency thats private and has the willing to build Tourism in this country. I know nothing will happen at the moment, just wishing.
We should also build malls there.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 07:25 AM   #53
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We should also build malls there.
Absolutely!

But ,Lets live that to Pivate sector. Because the government doesn't know how to do business.

What the government needs to do is give land free of charge so they attract private investors to build Hotels and Malls.

In facts the whole Muanda is supposed to be a (5000 Hectares) Special Economic Zone, used to attract investors of all kinds due to it strategic location. (Hotels and resorts, Casinos, Malls, Manufacturing will all show up.).

In the meantime. The Port, Airport, Real Estate by Locals, hotels by Congolese , Transportation etc...will provide lots of Jobs. Not to mention that Oil is there already, Inga is also not too far, so Is CILU cement factory.

I cannot imagine how many Congolese would move here. It will be madness. I hope i would be among those people flocking there. I cannot be alive and not take my chances.
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Absolutely!

But ,Lets live that to Pivate sector. Because the government doesn't know how to do business.

What the government needs to do is give land free of charge so they attract private investors to build Hotels and Malls.

In facts the whole Muanda is supposed to be a (5000 Hectares) Special Economic Zone, used to attract investors of all kinds due to it strategic location. (Hotels and resorts, Casinos, Malls, Manufacturing will all show up.).

In the meantime. The Port, Airport, Real Estate by Locals, hotels by Congolese , Transportation etc...will provide lots of Jobs. Not to mention that Oil is there already, Inga is also not too far, so Is CILU cement factory.

I cannot imagine how many Congolese would move here. It will be madness. I hope i would be among those people flocking there. I cannot be alive and not take my chances.
I hope, I can invest in the city in the next 5 years.
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Old July 28th, 2011, 11:24 PM   #55
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Old July 29th, 2011, 07:08 AM   #56
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Can't give the source because it's private. That's why I will look for the other one.
It gives me good hope to see a beach in Congo since we always have to go to other countries for beach time. Like you did say before we need some five star hotels with some nice bars and some parks, the city will be a destination for congo tourism.
Butembo please,le forum s'agrandit chaque jour avec des nouveaux membres,veillez a la qualite des debats pour ne pas ressambler a la presse congolaise qui base ses nouvelles sur des rumeurs.Les chimistes disent dans les memes conditions de temperature et de pression,les memes causes produisent les memes effets.Voyons les discussions chaudes que nous avons eu sur Rakeen gare centrale a cause des rumeurs,les critiques sur Jean marie kassamba par manque d'infos ainsi que la maniere dont les indiens de modern construction avaient ete traite d'aventuriers sur ce forum au profit de Rakeen.
Ne censurons pas l'info por imposer notre point de vue,privilegions le debat en donnant a chacun les moyens de se defendre.Pour celui qui regarde la tele50 sait que ces images appartiennent a la cellule de communication pour la visibilite des cinq chantiers,http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...233&sk=wall,et vous pouvez encore les rettrouver sur le site de l'ambassade de la rdc au benelux,http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdcbenelux/page7/,ou sur le mur facebook de l'ambassadeur Henri Mova Sakani.
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Butembo please,le forum s'agrandit chaque jour avec des nouveaux membres,veillez a la qualite des debats pour ne pas ressambler a la presse congolaise qui base ses nouvelles sur des rumeurs.Les chimistes disent dans les memes conditions de temperature et de pression,les memes causes produisent les memes effets.Voyons les discussions chaudes que nous avons eu sur Rakeen gare centrale a cause des rumeurs,les critiques sur Jean marie kassamba par manque d'infos ainsi que la maniere dont les indiens de modern construction avaient ete traite d'aventuriers sur ce forum au profit de Rakeen.
Ne censurons pas l'info por imposer notre point de vue,privilegions le debat en donnant a chacun les moyens de se defendre.Pour celui qui regarde la tele50 sait que ces images appartiennent a la cellule de communication pour la visibilite des cinq chantiers,http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?...233&sk=wall,et vous pouvez encore les rettrouver sur le site de l'ambassade de la rdc au benelux,http://www.flickr.com/photos/rdcbenelux/page7/,ou sur le mur facebook de l'ambassadeur Henri Mova Sakani.
Moi, personalement je copie ces photos sur le mur d'un ami et j'ai bien signifie qu'il m'a dis qu'il y avait un album de ces constructions sur FACEBOOK. Grace a toi on peut voir la source.
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From my aunt saying, this is the most developed city in DRC. The whole city has electrity, the roads are in good condition and they even have la fribre optique.
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