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Victor N'Gembo-Mouanda, Congo

Victor N’Gembo-Mouanda (born September 26, 1969 in Brazzaville, Republic of Congo) is a contemporary Congolese author and translator of French. He is the son of Jean-Paul Bakala and Pauline Yengo Mboungou. Single man, he has a daughter, Urvi Haifen Gladly N’Gembo-Mouanda, (born April 21, 2005).


Before 2002, all his written were generally in French, but since then he has concentrated on writing in English. He has published many books, and articles in the newspapers. His most books are African School, 2005, The racism, 2006, and The martyr, 2007, Death Penalty, 2009, published by Éditions Le Manuscrit.

Among his other works are:

  • fr Les armes légères: un problème sans solution?;
  • fr La haine a mille visage;
  • fr La réinsertion des enfants soldats;
  • fr La Loi de l'Immigration en France: Immersion.

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