The clash between DRC Congo army squads and the rebellious M23 squad has continued getting worse. This happens as people continue running away from DRC Congo entering Rwanda as refugees. However, a few days ago it emerged that Paul Kagame is behind the secret sponsorship of M23 rebels. This is something that had made him angry and because of this, he has banned more refugees from entering Rwanda.
Paul Kagame said that he can't continue receiving such abuses besides helping the people who are being chased away from home.
"We cannot keep hosting refugees, from DRC Congo. This is not Rwanda's problem. And we are going to ensure that everybody realizes that it is not Rwanda's problem. I am refusing that Rwanda should carry this burden and be insulted and abused everyday about it," Mr Kagame told the upper house of parliament in the capital Kigali.
This is actually going to cause more problem since the people had chosen Rwanda as the best place to rush to whenever they are scared in their homes.
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