Her name is Zita Gonendére. In her late thirties, she has been fighting as a salesman of smoked meat at the PK 12 market for some time. In spite of tensions on the part of its employees, it resumed its activities after a moment of interruption, following the payment of a deposit of 100 thousand CFA Francs.
The only survivor of a family of 7 children, it is thanks to this small business that she fights every day to raise the offspring left by all her deceased brothers and sisters and look after her poor mother in sufficiently advanced age. She was coldly dejected on March 30, 2017, commemorative anniversary of the assumption of office of President Faustin Archange Touadéra. She was murdered crapulously and loosely, sitting behind a motorcycle taxi, shortly after the Ombella bridge, about five o’clock in the morning, by two (2) bullets pulled by an anti – balaka who was chasing her with a motorcycle. Falling backwards, she will die some time later after having emptied her blood. His carrier to get off, park his bike and engage in a battle in hand with his two (2) assailants. After hard and hard fights, he will succumb in turn, first stabbed at the level of the chest by one before being then completed by the other of a shot.
The announcement of their tragic disappearance will arrive around 7 am at PK 12 and, thanks to the solidarity of the other saleswomen and shopkeepers of the locality, the two remains will be transported from the village Ombella to the community hospital to be Formalized and deposited at the morgue. A few minutes, one will hear murmuring and suspect the arrest of one of their assassins by the Anti-Balaka of Damara.
A real fate broken. An eating researcher who leaves leaving behind her poor mother, a 4-year-old child and a whole bunch left by her brothers and sisters. A terrible burden that she can not bear, given her age. And what about the driver of the taxi – motorcycle who lives at PK 22 and who also survives by doing this small trade to make his family survive in his turn?
Two important and pertinent questions which pose in all its nakedness the imperious necessity of the people of the Central African Republic to live in peace and security and the total incapacity of President Faustin Archange Touadera to reassure him in this field in accordance with the honeymoon and enticing promises During the election campaign. After more than a year of managing the affairs of the city, it is a real tragedy that continues to fall every day that God makes on whole populations on this land of men, from Koui to Bakouma, Bocaranga, Paoua, Kaga – Bandoro, Ndomété, Bakala, Bria, Bambari, Ippy, and others.