The former president of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta and the facilitator of the peace process in DRC Congo has delivered as painful message to M23 Rebels. According to Uhuru Kenyatta, the M23 and other foreign backed armed groups must get out of DRC quickly or face military action.
The former president of Kenya made it clear that DRC Congo will not be a centre for fighting of other foreign countries. This comes after the President of Rwanda Paul Kagame made it clear that the president of DRC Congo is using war to delay the upcoming elections.
President Ruto has been at the forefront at dispatching large troops of the Kenya Defence Forces to DRC Congo. This is all is aimed at ensuring that the M23 rebels are silenced and stopped from causing chaos.
Uhuru Kenyatta has vowed to mobilize the East African heads of state to stop the M23 rebels. He is clear that a lasting peace in DRC Congo must be around diplomacy but M23 are pushing him to the corner.
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