UK Congolese community say yes to Fally Ipupa's concert on 29 March at o2 Academy Brixton

UK Congolese community say yes to Fally Ipupa's concert on 29 March at o2 Academy Brixton

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Santini Tv3 started this petition to Congolese comunity

the reasons that fally Ipupa must do its job freely and calmly like any other citizen of this world no one has the right to restrain the freedom of others it is true it's been more than 20 years that the congo sulfur and more than 6 million dead but that do not make our musicians guilty of those who have not comiser each of us is responsible for the faults of our country yes we say yes to the concert because our children have access to our cultural heritage we say no that our children cling to other African culture because of lack of presence of our culture on the international scene so let's save our culture and use our culture as a communication channel for peace and not hatred let's say no to the insults, hatred and injustice of which our musicians are victims and particular the artist fally Ipupa remember the gift of the ambulance in kivu, the water in kinsenso, help of the mothers to block in various marternites of the city, restoration of a school and the list is so long so help this artist because it is really apolitical to sign this petition to support the concert of our artist who will do that 3 hours of time and leaves no one to decide for you It's been over 10 years since our most UK events, but what is the impact of all of this on Congolese politics? Nothing, then we should attack the real people responsible for the misfortune of the Congolese people and not dismiss them. long live the DR Congo and long live the Congolese culture

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