Substantial gunfire heard on avenues of Congo capital

Substantial gunfire has been heard in the avenues of Brazzaville, the capital of the Republic of Congo, where security strengths have been sent.

A police headquarters and an administration building were assaulted on Monday morning in the Makelekele area.

Reuters news organization reports that youthful resistance supporters were droning “Sassou, leave!” in the same zone.

It comes weeks after Denis Sassou Nguesso won a third term as president in a questioned survey.

Mr Sassou Nguesso has been in force subsequent to 1979, with the exception of a five-year period in the wake of losing decisions in 1992.

The restriction has said the March race was damaged by “gigantic extortion”.

A mysterious authority told the AP news office that police are battling the alleged Ninja volunteer army bunch.

Common wars and local army clashes have tormented the nation.

The Ninjas were a principle hostile to government power in Congo-Brazzaville’s 1997-99 common war.

They were faithful to previous Prime Minister Bernard Kolelas and marked a peace manage the legislature in 2003.