The Cabindan community in Brazzaville, capital of the Republic of Congo, woke up in agitation with the announcement of the physical disappearance of the patriot Joseph Boundji registered in the first hours of 24th of December of 2010.
Joseph Boundji who while still alive gave the best of himself in favour of the Cabindan cause to the point of becoming unavoidable figure in the maintenance of the ideal of the struggle in Pointe Noire where he lived, made him to cultivate a odd reputation.
Tireless militant of the struggle of the people of Cabinda he was affirmed as one of main bonds of Cabindans for the cause in Pointe Noire, Congo Brazzaville.
His physical disappearance constitutes an irreparable loss for his family and an emptiness that is difficult to fill in for the Cabindan resistance.
The Liberal Forum for the Emancipation of Cabinda is associated with this moment of pain and presents to the mourning family its feelings of sorrow.