Lukunga is one of the four districts that make up the capital city of Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). It includes the communes (municipalities) of Barumbu, Gombe, Kinshasa, Kintambo, Lingwala, Mont Ngafula and Ngaliema. The district takes its name from the Lukunga River. This is a critical source of water for the district, compromised by silting.
Kinshasa districts and communes, Lukunga to the west
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The national deputy for the district as of 2012 was Oscar Gema di Mageko, a member of the CDF parliamentary group.
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- "Watershed degradation increases water treatment costs". UNEP DR Congo. 2008. Retrieved 2011-11-30.
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