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SHANDWE LUANDA PINOS
Luanda Pinos is the founder of CERAO.
In 1996 he was elected as the President in
Goma City working to coordinate the program for ‘Child
Seen here with Pastor
Martina translating for him in the CEPCI church in Kampala.
Below middle seen left to right, Jenny
Tryhane, founder of UCT, Liz and Pastor
Laura on either side of Bishop when the KIMI team worshiped
at the church on the first sunday prior to the start of the KIMI
Mission Trip 2011.
The CEPCI Uganda
Hope Children's Choir
were delighted with their new uniform donated by UCT.
Above left and right are
In 2000 he joined
other Congolese political leader who struggled to pacify the
country from armed conflict and civil war.
The first war in 1996 began as a direct result
of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
The second began in 1998 and involved the armed
forces of at least seven countries.
Bishop Pinos left the army with a rank of Colonel.
In 2002 he was nominated as Minister of Health,
Social Affairs and National Solidarity, and then he was appointed
by the European Union to become the senior Facilitator within the
armed groups in the commission of Peace and National Reconciliation.
In 2003 he was also appointed as the 1st Secretary
of the National Commission of High Authority of Media to strengthen
peace and democracy in the DR. Congo.
Bishop is now the trustee of ABCD
along with Jenny Tryhane the founder of United Caribbean Trust.