The former president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta who is also the peace negotiator in the DRC Congo has declined to engage the M23 rebels until they stopped fighting. According to him, the rebel group has refused to listen to him by stopping hostilities and putting their guns down and therefore peace process has been hampered.
Uhuru Kenyatta has instead urged the military of EAC to prepare of how to face the rebels by laying a combat against them. The president is clear that, he won't engage in a discussion with M23 because they are still attacking innocent civilians and have declined to follow peace processes.
Uhuru is in talks with President William Ruto and other EAC heads of state to see of how they can together stop the M23 rebels and save innocent lives. The former president is clear that, peace efforts will however continue in DRC Congo with compliant rebels.
The former president is clear that those who have refused to stop hostilities by putting their guns down will be forced to do so by the military. This is the clearest confirmation that EAC is determined to teach M23 rebels a painful lesson as quickly as possible.
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