Details emerging this afternoon reveals that, a visibly frustrated EAC peace facilitator and Kenya's former President Uhuru Kenyatta makes calls minutes after he revealed on Monday evening that key people tasked in organizing third Inter-Congolese Dialogue process in Nairobi made underhand dealings & shortchanged the participants their allowances.
Further, from the the preliminary reports, Uhuru Kenyatta have asked the delegates to give him until Today to sort out the issue and will meet all delegates to conclude the talks.
Further, former President Uhuru Kenyatta is expected to close the dialogue this afternoon and reports indicate that participants have been reimbursed after an angry Uhuru threatened to go public and expose them their bosses.
This comes after Representatives of DRC Congo armed groups at Nairobi talks walked out of the closing ceremony on Monday, December 5 as the visibly angry participants claimed that their per-diems went missing.
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