The East African community has identified the need to restore peace and stability in Congo. Kenya and Uganda are countries who have already deployed their troops and are engaging in peace keeping missions. On addition the republic of south sudan are following closely and are set to deploy their own well trained troops for the Congo mission. According to SSBC news the forces will work under the East African regional forces once deployed.
According to the government of South Sudan under CIC Salva Kiir those who will be deployed were ounce involved in previous war at Darful. This will be a big boost to DRC a country which lacks the capacity to end the militia activities in the country.
The M23 and Mai Mai groups have continued to fight over territorial control of several villages. These two are associated with the war at Kishishe where over 100 civilians were allegedly killed and if neutralized it will see peace into the country. More than ten foreign groups are keeping peace in the country leading to reduced attacks.
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