Christian Sect Leader Ne Muanda Nsemi Freed As Church Members Attack Congo Prison [PHOTOS]

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May 17, 2017 –  Christian Sect Leader Ne Muanda Nsemi Freed As Church Members, Followers Attack Congo Prison [PHOTOS]

Ne Muanda Nsemi Freed In Congo’s Malaka Jail Break

The leader of a deadly Christian sect in Congo was today freed from a prison in the capital of Congo.

Ne Muanda Nsemi and 50 other inmates were freed around 4 am today after members of his church broke into Malaka prison with dangerous weapons.

The self proclaimed prophet and leader of Bundu dia Kongo moment was a trained scientist from Zebele in Central Congo. He was arrested in March after a series of deadly collision between his followers and the police.

Nsemi has dedicated followers in Southwest Congo becasue of his promise to revive the Kongo Kingdom.

Ne Muanda Nsemi freed church members

5 thoughts on “Christian Sect Leader Ne Muanda Nsemi Freed As Church Members Attack Congo Prison [PHOTOS]

  1. HOW CAN A TINY SECT OVERPOWER THE PRISON OFFICIALS AND EVEN THE MILITARY COULD NOT REARREST him.look at his mean face …such militia group can even over power the govt in power..

  2. Africa as a continent need more of this type of person and their group to challenge the government, if not,they government will keep all Africans in darkness.

    The church or spiritual leaders should not only collecting tithes and offerings to be buying private jet and living large, let them ginger their members to challenge the government, it’s too much in Africa.

    Nigeria Pastors are collaborating with government to be deceiving people,the worst part is most of the so called Pastors are fake.

  3. He looked dangerous. How can a Christian leader hold sword like that. God help us. Rescue this world.

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