The former president Uhuru Kenyatta who is now carrying out duties of maintaining peace across Africa is set to hold or rather chair an important meeting in Nairobi tomorrow where several leaders across the east african community will be in attendance.
According to the UK information received today, the former president will chair the East Africa Community meeting on peace talks in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo tomorrow on 28th of November. The meeting is set to discuss on the issue of insecurity where the M23 rebels continue to disturb the peace of residents in the area.
However, this comes after the kenya defense force had sent it's third batch of troops to Goma to go and ensure that peace is maintained among the rebels and residents. At the same time Uhuru and president will Kagame had mentioned earlier that there has to be a serious talk with the rebels so that what is happening can end soon .
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