Gaylord Kimbuta Kazadi, son of the governor of the province of Kinshasa, was assassinated Tuesday, April 26 in the town of Ham-sur-Heure, Belgium, where he lived.
According to the Belga news agency, two individuals, Gaylord Kimbuta Kazadi and Alexis Guida, came out of a car early Tuesday afternoon outside the residence of Mr. Gabriel Alleyn, on the Rue du Calvaire street, in Common Ham-sur-Heure.
On a threatening tone, the two intruders ordered the homeowner to give them money. Faced with this threat, Mr. Gabriel Alleyn fired to the intruders repeatedly with a handgun, says the dispatch.
Gaylor Kimbuta Kazadi was killed instantly. Alexis Guida, who was badly wounded, was taken in the clinic. Wednesday, April 27 in the evening he was still in critical condition.
After a long hearing by the judge, Mr. Gabriel Alleyn was charged with murder and illegal possession of weapons and detained in prison Jamioulx the same Wednesday, according to Belga.
The causes of the dispute between the two men in Alleyn have not yet been clarified, Belga said, quoting a judicial source.
Gaylor Kimbuta Kazadi had a lengthy criminal record. In 2006, according to the intelligence agency Belga, he was sentenced to ten years imprisonment by the Assize Court of Hainaut, Belgium, for having participated in a robbery in a self-service at Charleroi (2003), as well as an attempted robbery of a cash transport in Maurage. Police had been targeted.
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