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Lambert Mende (Lambert Mende Omalanga)


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Kabila and a sad jubilee

The Groupement Parlementaire des Patriotes which backs Kabila in the National Assembly includes followers of the anti-Tutsi Information Minister Lambert Mende...


Monuc moves out

As the UN withdrawal was announced the Congolese Information Minister Lambert Mende thanked Monuc for ending a war one which the people of eastern Congo know is very much ongoing...


Mines, dollars and dams

On 21 September Communications Minister Lambert Mende Omalanga denied that the Commission existed; the following day the Senate President Léon Kengo wa Dondo said it did exist and a week later Mende said it was just a 'cogitation of experts'...


Oil without borders

On the Congo-Kinshasa side of Lake Albert former Hydrocarbons Minister Lambert Mende revoked Tullow's rights to Block 1 in February 2008...


Tug of war

Showing the quick pace of change Communications Minister Lambert Mende told the press on the day before that it had 'never' been within the realm of possibility for Congo to seek a contract renegotiation...


Nkunda wants the whole deal

They were angered by the looting of Goma by FARDC deserters and on 26 November the Congolese government spokesman Lambert Mende said no more of them would be welcome...


The competition heats up

Congo's Petroleum Minister Lambert Mende appeared to have dealt Dublin-based Tullow a serious blow in April when he announced that Block 1 - which Tullow is exploring in partnership with Heritage Oil - would go to H Oil/Divine Inspiration...


Hidden depths

Congolese Petroleum Minister Lambert Mende insists that the 2006 contract was invalid: it was signed only with the authority of a deputy minister the company had paid no signature bonus on one of the blocks and the President had not approved the deal...


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