The zeal to restore peace in DRC is unstoppable. African leaders are working alongside with the military to restore peace in the war torn areas of the mineral rich country. In yesterdays meeting between former Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta and president Tshisekedi where the Rwandese president Paul Kagame was scheduled to attend at Luanda. Kagame failed to attend despite allegations that his government is at the centre stage in restoring peace.
Among the thoughts showed up at, the Kenya safeguard powers are set to be conveyed to other key states where the agitators are purportedly impeding the passage of military faculty. Aside from Goma the other conflict areas of interest where KDF are set to be sent incorporate, Rutshuru, Bunagana and Kiwanja.
KDF are in the country to unite with different nations in reclaiming DRC from dissidents and war. President Kenyatta is driving strategic methodologies in reestablishing harmony without the utilization of war.
We must all pray for our troops in DRC. M23 rebels have now cut off all major supply routes for Ugandan and Kenyan goods to the city of Goma, in the eastern DRC. This follows the capture of Rutshuru town by the rebels, cutting off the Ishasha border in Kanungu District.
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