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Raid at and on the president of the FJKM church 16/01/2013 | 10:49:59

Parson Lala Rasendrahasina, the president of the FJKM Reformed Church was raided early at 01:00 a.m. on January, 16th at home in Ambatoroka. Four gunmen tricked the guards and broke into the pastor's house with handguns. They put their grip over some money, four computers, mobile phones and a handful of jewelry before hitting the road. Parson Lala Rasendrahasina declared to reporters that the raiders did neither bother to hide their faces nor make any secret of who commissioned them to launch this operation. Police officers and state policemen joined the scene of the crime afterwards when being alerted. Considering that the parson happens to be dear to the former President Marc Ravalomanana, some observers do hold this attack as nothing but politically motivated. Grievances have been being tense, and even more since Lala Rasendrahasina and Marc Ravalomanana respectively got reelected as president and vice-president of the FJKM reformed church.


 

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