The musician artist Ngiama Makanda said Werrason, staying in Matadi, presented his civilities to the governor of the province of Kongo Central, Atou Matubuana Nkuluki, which he informed of his performance in a fair this weekend in the border town of Lufu.

The boss of the musical group, Wenge Musica Maison Mère, asked for the involvement of the provincial chief executive in securing people and their possessions during his two productions.

In his capacity as peace ambassador, Ngiama Makanda Werrason praised the actions of Governor Atou Matubuana in coaching and promoting youth, before expressing the wish to see the people of Kongo Central supporting and encouraging actions by the one the soons of Matadi affectionately call "Nkundi a mbote".

"Let the youth work for the emergence of a united, strong and prosperous Kongo Central," Roi de la forêt said.

Governor Atou Matubuana Nkuluki reassured his host that he had the security of the elements of the Congolese National Police (PNC) based in the territory of Songololo which will ensure that these productions take place in peace.