Dr Congo’s Education Minister Impregnates His Deputy, Claims It Was Accidental
Tony Mwaba Kazadi, the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) Minister of Primary, Secondary and Technical Education (EPST), admitted to impregnating Aminata Namasia, his deputy, and called it “accidental.”
Despite being married, Kazadi and Namasia reportedly fell in love while working together at the DRC education ministry, according to local sources.
According to The Heritage Times, a DRC journalist named Lungila John revealed the relationship between the two public figures that resulted in the pregnancy of the deputy education minister on Twitter.
The pair has received harsh condemnation from DRC residents who claim they exude immorality and poor behaviour.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo, according to DRC national Archy Lema, is a shameful nation. She claimed that Namasia has nothing educational to impart to any young women in the nation.
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Another DRC resident claimed that Kazadi and Namasia, in particular, should have behaved more honourably and excellently if they were to be referred to as “excellencies” or “honourable” given their fame and fortune relative to ordinary Congolese people.
According to The Heritage Times, Namasia was appointed by the government of Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde to the position of National Deputy Minister of Primary, Secondary, and Technical Education in the Democratic Republic of the Congo on April 20, 2021.