DRC Congo has been experiencing a moment of constant insecurity where people have been living a stressful life over what is happening in their country. M23 Rebels have actually been giving them sleepless nights where they keep on striking and battling the army. It has now emerged that Paul Kagame is allegedly behind what is happening in DRC Congo. This comes after European Union warned Rwanda against funding the M23 Rebels.
However, Rwanda rejected such claims saying they have no relationship with the M23 Rebels. Meanwhile, the operation to silence the M23 Rebels is still in progress to ensure they leave where they have invaded. Several countries disbanded their soldiers to help Congo in restoring peace however, they have been doing this since late last year but M23 seem to be still thriving.
It is said that Rwanda has been a major supporter of this rebellious squad though these are just mere allegations since no solid prove has been availed to confirm this.
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