Former President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday had a tough day during a convening of the peace stakeholders in the DRC conflict, a conflict that has led to displacement of millions of people in eastern DRC and an unprecedented humanitarian crisis.
The former president who is leading the peace talks on behalf of the east african community leadership had an experience to remember as participants walked out of the meeting.
He was forced to calm down the situation and read the riot act to organizers as he promised the participants that the situation would be resolved today.
After the encounter, the former head of state was seen making numerous phone calls to unidentified people after reminding the organizers that he was still influential and warning them that he might call off the financial support for the event.
As this was happening, the bodyguard to the former head of state was seen keeping a closer look and scanned the nearby places for any potential security threats and ensure the former head of state was safe, the venue having already played host to dramatic scenes.
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