Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade Speaks for Women, Girls, Youth and Children in Congo and the Diaspora
The Congo Diaspora USA is speaking out against the lack of a voice for Women Human Rights in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade is asking why the candidates for president of Congo are not talking about their action plan to stop the rape, violence and savagery of women, girls, and children?
By: Congo Diaspora USA
Ambassador Nagy, I'm certain you are aware of the reports that cite men who believe that women want to be raped or enjoy being raped. Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade believe these men suffer from mental illness, they are by-product of civil unrest, civil war, uncivilized mental repositioning promoting savagery. These perpetrators need to be evaluated, treated, placed on medication and atone for their crimes; after which, they should be held accountable for their crimes and serve the necessary jail time.
Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade is a businesswoman with a history of doing business in Congo. She believes the victims of these crimes, numbering in the hundreds of thousands while impacting millions of citizens leaves us with a serious question; to heal our society? When a women, girl or child is raped, the victim is not the only person suffering, the village and society by extension suffer as a result.
We must firmly hold violators to account, treat our victims and provide them with the resources needed to turn victims into victors. Our women and girls of today will be future presidents, governors, entrepreneurs, doctors, engineers of tomorrow. They will have relationships and families so if we don't heal them now, they will create a Congo that is not suitable for growth and stability.
The Congolese Diaspora is also suffering the same fate as the Congolese on the Continent. This is a collective effort and the actions of Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade to address this tragedy have culminated under her organization, the Congo Diaspora USA.
As a leader among the American Congolese Diaspora, Mrs. Odil Nyombo Wade represents the voice of the Congolese Community who are unable to speak for themselves, therefore, she speaks for the victims. Mrs. Wade is a businesswoman with a humanitarian heart and a firm vision for Congo's evolution.
President Trump should know, she understands that the role of women is significant to Congo's development and as such, she is a supporter of the transition of Kabila out of power, so an interim government can prepare the country for fair and transparent election within 18-24 months.
In recent years, the international community has increasingly recognized international violence against women as a significant human rights and global health issue. The community encourages Chairwoman Bass and the Members of the Congressional Black Caucus to strengthen their efforts and punish perpetrators ravaging and raping women, girls, and children in the Congo.
Mrs. Wade is leading the charge to make certain that violence which can include both random acts of violence, as well as sustained abuse over time, physical, psychological, or sexual in nature is a central issue as we move Congo forward. A transition of government is necessary to rebuild a stable and democratic Congo.
Support Ms. Odil Nyombo Wade as she raises up a new cadre of leaders to benefit Congo, Africa, and the world. Register today at https://Congodias.us; and support the Congo Diaspora USA.
Manchester Report, Vincent Mason