Fortunat Lumu was the commissioner general for atomic energy in the Democratic Republic of Congo. In early 2007 he was arrested and held for three days questioning over allegations that he had been involved in illegally selling enriched uranium. 
- Chris McGreal, "Nuclear chief suspected of selling uranium", March 10, 2007. (This was first published in the Guardian (UK)
- "DR Congo 'uranium ring' men freed", BBC News, March 13, 2007.
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