There has been another jail-break in the Democratic Republic of Congo two days after more than 3,000 inmates escaped from the country’s main jail.
This time, about 60 people broke out of Kasangulu prison, some 40km from the capital, Kinshasa.
The jail is located in the heartland of the Bundu Dia Kongo religious sect.
In the previous incident, the sect’s jailed leader was among those who escaped when armed men attacked the prison.
The authorities are discussing the possibility of deploying the military to guard jails.