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Bosco Ntaganda wari umuyobozi w'inyeshyamba Republika Iharanira Demokarasi ya Congo yahakanye ibyaha byose aregwa mu rukiko mpanabyaha rw'i La Haye.
Bosco Ntaganda yahakanye ibyaha byo mu ntambara n'ibyaha byibasira inyoko muntu yamenyeshejwe mu rubanza rwatangiye mu rukiko mpuzamahanga mpanabyaha rukorera i La Haye.
Bosco Ntaganda arashinjwa ubwicanyi bw'abantu ibihumbi 8 no gufata ku ngufu abana bakoreshwaga nk'abacakara mu mutwe we w'inyeshyamba.
Ibirego aregwa biribanda ku gihe yari mu mirwano yo muri Ituri hagati ya 2002-2003.
Muri uru rubanza rwatangiye, Bosco Ntaganda azashinjwa n'abantu bavuga ko bahohotewe.
Bosco Ntaganda yitanze mu mwaka wa 2013 asaba ko yagezwa mu rukiko mpuzamhanga mpanabyaha rw'i La Haye.
Meet The Hosts
Steve and Naomi are from the paranormal group S.T.U.R.S., which stands for Seeking the Unknown Realm Society. Steve is the founder of S.T.U.R.S. and Naomi is an investigator. The group was started in October of 2010. STURS has investigated many locations throughout New England, including Rolling Hills Asylum in Bethany, NY, Pennhurst Asylum, The Houghton Mansion in North Adams, MA, The Haunted Victorian in Gardner, MA, The Governors Inn Hampton Falls, NH, The Paine House in Coventry, MA and best known for their appearance on A&E's My Ghost Stories for their story on the investigation of The Seacoast Repertory Theatre in Portsmouth, NH. Steve and Naomi also perform together singing which includes performing live at the 2013 Paranormal Awards. Into The Unknown Realm with Steve & Naomi are norminated for Radio Show of The Year for the 2014 Paranormal Awards and STURS was a nominee for the 2013 & 2014 EVP Of The Year Award, 2014 Video of the Year & 2014 Comedy of The Year. Naomi can be also seen in the benefit calendar for 2014 Women of The Paranormal as Miss January. They are often joined by their teammates from STURS, like Steve E as they affectionally refer to him as "Quiet Steve". Always a fun show filled with some pretty amazing guests!!
This show is a rebroadcast of an interview of me conducted by Libradio.com sometime ago in regards to my annual Congolese Memorial. This years memorial takes place in New York City, August, 1, 2009.