President Paul Kagame of Rwanda has warned the president of DRC Congo Felix TShisekedi against blaming him over the ongoing war in his country. According to Paul Kagame, he has nothing to do with the ongoing war in DRC Congo for he values peace. He however adds that, the whole world has been incited against him as a source of trouble in DRC Congo.
Here is a link: https://nation.africa/africa/news/tshisekedi-using-congo-crisis-to-delay-elections-kagame-4039124
The president of Rwanda Paul Kagame has made it clear that he must never be blamed on issues around DRC Congo. He is clear that his alleged involvement in issues around DRC Congo is untrue because he is not a warmonger.
Paul Kagame has accused DRC President Felix TShisekedi as the one who is trying to cause war and conflicts in DRC Congo for personal gain. According to Paul Kagame, TShisekedi knows that he doesn't have a chance to win elections and that's why he is fueling conflicts to have them postponed.
The president of Rwanda wants DRC Congo to stop harassing him effective immediately or he will act. Paul Kagame is clear that, the alleged war in DRC is not his and the World should get the correct facts.
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