Incarcerated in the research and investigation section of the gendarmerie, they are waiting to be brought before the general prosecutor’s office. Two former generals, one from the Patriotic Rally for the Renewal of the Central African Republic (RPRC), led by Minister Gontran Djono Ahaba, and the other from the Patriotic Movement for the Central African Republic (MPC), led by Mahamat Alkhatim, were arrested by Russian mercenaries in Haute-Kotto. After their arrest, they were transferred to Bangui. Incarcerated in the research and investigation section of the gendarmerie, they are waiting to be brought before the general prosecutor’s office. But within the RPRC, an ally of power, anger is rising several notches. Since this weekend, the message announcing their assassination has flooded social networks. According to this viral post, “General Ramadan and General Ahmed Faya would be assassinated by Russian mercenaries and their bodies thrown on the Grimari axis”. But after a quick check, they did indeed arrive in Bangui, and were imprisoned in the research and investigation section of the gendarmerie. According to our information, the self-proclaimed general Ahmed Faya, and nearly thirty of his elements of the patriotic movement for the Central African Republic, since last year, voluntarily laid down their arms and immediately joined the disarmament process initiated by the government. Just like the self-proclaimed General Ramadan and his elements of the Patriotic Rally for the Renewal of the Central African Republic (RPRC). But to everyone’s surprise, last year, the two were arrested in the central market of Bria and imprisoned at the local gendarmerie for several months. A dozen of their men were killed in cold blood. However, last week, a team of Russian mercenaries, coming from the city of Zacko for Bangui, recovered them in Bria. But their families, unaware of their destination, mistakenly think that they were executed on the way, and specify that it is between Grimari and Sibut. But within the Patriotic Rally for the Renewal of the Central African Republic (RPRC), whose President is currently a minister in the government, anger continues to mount. Some directly accuse the government of Bangui of having targeted only allied armed groups.
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