Synonyms for mahagi or Related words with mahagi
Examples of "mahagi"
The Roman Catholic Diocese of
–Nioka () is a diocese located in the city of
–Nioka in the Ecclesiastical province of Kisangani in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
point to be determined to the north of Fashoda. Thence it shall follow the thalweg of the Nile southward to Lake Albert, and the western shore of Lake Albert to the point above indicated south of
Hypolycaena pachalica, the eastern hairstreak, is a butterfly in the Lycaenidae family. It was described by Arthur Gardiner Butler in 1888. It is found in Uganda, eastern and northern Kenya, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (Ituri,
-Port, Kivu and Semliki), Tanzania, Malawi, Zambia, south-western Saudi Arabia and Yemen. The habitat consists of savanna and open forests.
During the construction of the Nyagak I Power Station (2006 - 2012), it became clear that its 3.5 megawatt output was inadequate to meet the electricity needs of the West Nile sub-region. In addition, the towns of Aruu and
in the DRC had expressed the desire to be supplied with electricity from neighboring Uganda.
Bunia is linked to the small port of Kasenyi on Lake Albert by a 60-kilometre dirt track via Bogoro, which has a spectacular and dangerous 600-metre descent of the western escarpment of the Great Rift Valley. Kasenyi has a 100 m jetty from which boat transport can link with
-Port at the north end of the lake, and with Butiaba on the Ugandan side and Pakwach on the Albert Nile.
Unek worked as Police Constable or Police soldier in the Belgian Congo. His first murder spree occurred near
, Belgian Congo on January 1, 1954, where he killed 21 people and wounded many more with an axe in less than an hour and a half, before escaping and finally ending up in British Tanganyika Territory, where he assumed a false identity, found work and began a new life.
The Enclave had an area of about , a population of about 250,000 and had its capital at the town of Lado. Under the 1894 Anglo-Congolese Treaty, the Enclave's territory was dictated as "... bounded by a line starting from a point situated on the west shore of Lake Albert, immediately to the south of
, to the nearest point of the frontier defined in paragraph (a) of the preceding Article. Thence it shall follow the watershed between the Congo and the Nile up to the 25th meridian east of Greenwich, and that meridian up to its intersection by the 10th parallel north, whence it shall run along that parallel directly to a
Historically Kisangani has been a centre of Catholicism in Central Africa with its numerous seminaries and churches, including the Cathédrale Notre-Dame du Rosaire. Most of the total population is Christian, largely Roman Catholic primarily due to Roman Catholic mission which commenced on 21 September 1897 in Kisangani. The Northern Provinces of the République Démocratique du Congo is overwhelmingly Roman Catholic; Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Kisangani (Latin: Kisanganien(sis)) is the Metropolitan See for the Ecclesiastical province of Kisangani in the République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) . Kisangani Suffragan Sees include the areas of Bondo, Bunia, Buta, Doruma – Dungu, Isangi, Isiro – Niangara,
– Nioka and Wamba. Marcel Utembi Tapa is the current Archbishop of Kisangani, since 28 November 2008.
The FAPC was formed in March 2003. The group was supported by the Ugandan government of Yoweri Museveni which was trying to support its own interests in Eastern Congo following its formal military withdrawal from the region in 2002. Originally, the Ugandan government had supported the Union of Congolese Patriots ("Union des Patriotes Congolais", UPC) rebel group but relations broke after the UPC sought aid from the Rwandan regime. The FAPC was founded and led by Jérôme Kakwavu, a former member of a number of rebel groups including the UPC, with the backing of Ugandan general Salim Saleh. The militia was operational around Aru, Ariwara and
along the section of the Congolese-Ugandan border to the north of Lake Albert. The region is known to have rich gold and timber resources.
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