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DR Congo judge died by being ‘stabbed in the head’

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An appointed authority who was said to have passed on of a coronary episode while directing a debasement preliminary including the president’s head of staff in the Democratic Republic of Congo really kicked the bucket of cut injuries to the head, the equity serve has uncovered.

  • Celestin Tunda Ya Kasende said a homicide examination had now been propelled.
  • In May, police said Judge Raphael Yanyi had kicked the bucket of a coronary episode.
  • He had been managing the preliminary for defilement of Vital Kamerhe.

Yet, a dissection has since demonstrated “he kicked the bucket a fierce demise, because of the blows of sharp focuses or blade like items, which were pushed into his head”, Justice Minister Celestin Tunda Ya Kasende disclosed to Reuters news office on Tuesday.

Yanyi’s body likewise gave indications of “poisonous substances in non-deadly portions”, the equity service said.

Mr Kamerhe, when a key individual from President Felix Tshisekedi’s administration, is blamed for stealing more than $50m (£39m) of open assets. He precludes all allegations from securing bad behavior.

His supporters accept the preliminary is politically inspired – planned for preventing him from running for president later on.

Mr Kamerhe is the most prominent legislator to have dealt with such indictments in the nation. The preliminary proceeded with a substitution judge after Yanyi’s passing.