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Angry Uhuru Close DRC Peace Talk, Nairobi, Cause Revealed And Alleges Solution To War Crisis In DRC

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The retired president of Kenya his excellency president Uhuru Kenyatta today has ended DRC peace talk dialogue in Nairobi County. The meeting was held at Safari party whereby different rivalry group from DRC were invited to discuss and find solutions to current war crisis that are happening at Democratic Republic of Congo.

According to the latest news report by the Star news Kenya, the former president said that, there shall be no more meetings in peace talks in Nairobi to restore security in Eastern Congo, EAC peace facilitator.

Uhuru instead said two follow-up meetings of the concluded Nairobi peace process will be held in January at Goma and Bunia in the war-stricken Central African nation. Uhuru directed that two peaceful meetings will be held on January at Ngoma and Bunia in DRC.

"We do not want you to come back to Nairobi, there is no reason why we should not meet at home...we shall meet at the grassroots to check if we can succeed in our peace effort." Uhuru said.

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Uhuru even threw a jibe at the organisers who he said irked him. He thanked EAC Secrataries for playing a define role in that meeting event. At some point angry Uhuru directed stakeholders in that meeting to do what has brought them in that meeting instead of going a stray of objectives of the event.

"Watu wa EAC secretariat nataka niwashukuru lakini siku ingine msitukasirishe,mturuhusu kufanya ile kazi imetuleta pamoja sio kila siku kujadiliana maneno hayana mbele wala nyuma," a visibly angry Uhuru said.

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