Dominique Tchimbakala: “It is time for other women to come out of the shadows and free their words”

Dominique Tchimbakala: “It is time for other women to come out of the shadows and free their words”

Guy-Brice Parfait Kolelas will be buried on June 11 in the afternoon in Le Bourget cemetery, the city in which he resided during his stays in France.

The former Congolese opponent, and main rival of Denis Sassou N’Guesso in the presidential election of March 21, died, at the age of 61, from the consequences of Covid-19 during his medical evacuation to France, March 22, 2021.

He had tested positive for Covid-19 and was unable to host his last campaign meeting in Brazzaville. A few hours before the ballot, he had published a video in which he claimed to “fight against death”.

“My dear compatriots, I am fighting against death, but nevertheless, I ask you to stand up. Go vote for change. I would not have fought for nothing, “Kolelas said in the video, bedridden, weakened, just after removing a respirator.

“Stand up as one man. Do me a favor. I fight on my deathbed. You too, fight for your change. The future of your children is at stake, “he added before putting on his mask.

Following the opening of an investigation, entrusted to the criminal section, into the search for the causes of the death of the opponent Guy Brice Parfait Kolelas, the body of the deceased was autopsied on Tuesday, March 23, at the Institute Paris forensic medicine.

According to the results of the autopsy made public by the public prosecutor at the Bobigny judicial court, Guy Brice Parfait Kolelas died of diabetes unbalanced by covid-19.

“Cardio-respiratory failure due to severe bilateral diffuse pneumonia compatible with the Congolese medical finding of Covid 19, contamination with the SARS-CoV-2 virus being confirmed by molecular virology. “

Toxicological examinations did not reveal any harmful substance which could have resulted in death.

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