jeudi 22 septembre 2011

Burundi's external debt.

Mwami (King) Mwambutsa Bangiricenge IV of Burundi (1915-1977), in love with Switzerland, decided to move to Geneva after his deposition by his young 19 year old son, Prince Charles Ndizeye, July 8, 1966.
         The latter, enthroned as the dynastic Ntare V, was himself deposed by Colonel Michel Michombero, November 28, 1966 and murdered in Gitega April 29, 1972.
         During his exile in Geneva, Mwambutsa IV, the mwami deprived of Burundi continues to amaze with its Swiss amorous escapades.
         Learning his testimony, one of his young mistresses Geneva, decided to get dirty. She accuses him of statutory rape.
         A Geneva court sentenced him to pay a heavy fine or knowing that he had no throne, no money.
         The former king of Burundi based in Meyrin then dreamed of becoming broker jewelry and planned to build a glassworks factory in Mombasa, Kenya, with the help of Belgian businessmen.
         The verdict is sent to Bujumbura through diplomatic channels. Colonel Michel Michombero protests, but the threat of Switzerland put on the list of Burundi's external debt, if the new government did not pay the fine.
         To avoid a scandal, President Michel Michombero formally ask all compatriots to contribute to the payment of the fine ... by way of national superscription. Burundian forces decency!
         Mwami Mwambutsa IV died April 26, 1977. He is buried in Cemetery of sheets to Meyrin, a town of Geneva.

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