Contrary to the peace agreement and ceasefire deals clashes were recordered yesterday in Northern Kivu between the government forces and M23 rebels. According to information obtained from credible sources the army have unleashed heavy weapons that they are using in a bid meant to neutralize the rebels.
The endnof the peace talks in Nairobi has started beweing fruits. This is after the DRC largest rebel group made it's statement on vacating all claimed territories and laying down their weapons to allow peace and a political process tobtake it's course. Led by general Makenga the rebel group set a new demand which is not only tough but require to be listened to.
The revolutionary gathering has in the past submitted to orders which different gatherings neglected to and keep on showing their status to have a serene Congo. Then again the gathering is continuously able to protect itself when gone after. The Kishishe slaughter where north of 300 individuals have lost their lives is such episode where the MaiMai bunch an attacked their area prompting a weighty battle.
The gathering is coordinated in leardership with a general and supporting learders who are likewise contenders. With larger part of it's individuals being the Tutsi talking local area the gathering looks for acknowledgment in Congo as one of the networks in the country.
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