The finalcermony was supposed to be hold on the thursdayevening but because this with organising and keeping time isn´t really the congoleses best side it was hold on the fridaymorning. It was then supposed to start at half past eight, in the end my watch was showing half past twelve when we took our seats in the church to begin the ceremony. Meanwhile we had been waiting I found a englishteacher that spoke really good English. It was actually the first englishteacher I´ve met here that speaks well at all. At two o´clock the church was finished and we went home to gunnels house to eat some dinner and rest before the journey back home the day after.
Then on the saturdaymorning we went to Matadi again. Me and Yapeco were joined by a nice reverend from the synode and together with their good company and the beautiful sights outside my carwindow I had a very pleasant journey. At five o´clock in the afternoon we were safe back in Matadi. I can conclude that it have been a wonderful week where I met many lovely people, both Swedish and Congolese, seen a lot of Congos countryside and had a really peaceful and relaxing time. Now I look forward to a new week with englishteaching. To be continued…
Pasteur Edi Diafwanakana il a été élu de nouveau?
oui, il a ete reelu.