Video - Congo (DRC) minister 'Enock Ruberangabo Sebineza' ma_sturba_ting in his office & inspired Malusi Gigaba.


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Conco(DRC) Video of deputy Minister of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology 'Enock Ruberangabo Sebineza', ma_sturbat_ing in his office trending again

KABILA DISMISSES MASTURBATING DEPUTY MINISTER OF TELECOMMUNICATIONS

Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Joseph Kabila has succumbed to a public outcry to dismiss his deputy Minister of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology Enock Ruberangabo Sebineza, after a video of him [email protected]!ng in his office went viral.
Sebineza has literally been caught with his pants down getting some quick relief and captured by the information technology ministering to his urges.

A 4 minutes and 27 seconds video is a below the belt of scandal in which he is clearly seen as captured by a webcam sitting in his office with the official portrait of Kabila in the background and the flag of the Republic installed properly, get his penis out to [email protected], 3jaculat3 and dutifully secure his produce in what appears to be an act driven by a co-participant on the other side of the lens.
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Enock Ruberangabo Sebineza, 54, a notable Tutsi of the Congolese Banyamulenge community has been a President of his community (SHIKAMA) and for many years assumed important responsibilities in the province of South Kivu.

He has prominently participated in the inter-Congolese dialogue, and been national deputy in the transitional parliament (2003-2006).

President Joseph Kabila and Prime Minister Matata Ponyo have been under pressure since Thursday to dismiss Sebineza when the video went viral on the internet and a mobilization of users revolving around a slogan and hashtag: # SebinezaMustGo caught on like a rolling snowball.

Sebineza's dismissal was announced on State television on Friday evening in a statement in which he was charged with 'a serious breach of duty and ethics' unbecoming of the dignity of senior members of government.

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