Uhuru Kenyatta, the former president of Kenya and the person in charge of facilitating the peace process in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, gave the M23 Rebels a painful message.
Uhuru Kenyatta asserts that the M23 and other armed groups supported by foreign nations need to leave the DRC right away or risk military action.
The former president of Kenya was adamant that the Democratic Republic of the Congo would not serve as a focal point for hostilities between other nations. This comes after Paul Kagame, the president of Rwanda, stated unequivocally that the leader of the DRC Congo is using war to postpone the upcoming elections.
In terms of sending numerous Kenya Defense Forces soldiers to the DRC Congo, President Ruto has taken the lead. Everything is done to ensure that the M23 rebels are neutralized and prevented from wreaking havoc.
To stop the M23 rebels, Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to rally the leaders of East Africa. He understands that diplomacy is the only path to a lasting peace in the DRC Congo, but M23 is forcing him to the brink.
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