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Vincent Kompany's father elected as Belgium's first black mayor

Brussels : Manchester City skipper Vincent Kompany's fatherPierre Kompany has become the first black mayor in Belgium.
Pierre's party, Humanist Democratic Centre (CDH), has topped the municipal elections inGanshoren, which is a Dutch and French speaking suburb.
Celebrating the appointment, Vincent posted a video on his Instagram and wrote, "History! We are so proud of you dad. Came over from the DR Congo, as a refugee, in 1975. Now gained the trust of your local community becoming the first ever black elected mayor in Belgium! It was long overdue but it's progress. Massive congrats!"
In the video, the Belgian footballer can be seen with his brother Francois, who plays for Belgian side KSV Roeselare. Congratulating their father, Vincent and Francois said that they are happy over this development.
"He is the first black mayor in Brussels. It has never happened before. It's historic. We are all happy. Congratulations to my dad," they said in the video.
Pierre Kompany had arrived in Belgium as a refugee from the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1975.

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