The rebels in Congo have defied all orders to Ceasefire. They have continued to engage in fighting activities and disruption of peaceful activities in the regions they occupy. The president, Felix Tshisekedi is not a happy man and speaking during the inter Congolese peace mission in Nairobi expressed his disregard towards the armed groups who are not ready to welcome orders from the government.
The regions of Rutshuru, Kiwanja and Bunagana have witnessed massive destruction of property and misery which results from the rebel groups taking control. The president ordered all to surrender or face military action.
With over 100 rebel groups both local and foreign operating in the country, the president showed disregard to amnesty as a tool to fight them. He showcased how a joint military operation will seek to end criminal activities. "The armed groups pose a danger to civilians and our democratic and should be faught using arms as well," he added.
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