Uhuru Kenyatta, a former president, has criticized certain East Africa Community (EAC) peace process participants who skipped his meeting in Nairobi.
A portion of the attendees failed to show up for the conference that Uhuru was convening in Nairobi to address the ongoing fighting in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DCI) and, if possible, develop long-lasting measures to put an end to the fighting.
The former president was upset by some of the attendees' absences, and he then threatened to inform their supervisors about them.
"Mimi nitashitaki kwa wakubwa wao, labda wanafanya ivo kwa sababau wanaona mimi sio mkubwa, nitawashitaki kwa viongozi wao," said the former President Uhuru Kenyatta said.
M23 and other armed groups have been spreading devastation in Eastern DRC, killing innocent people and forcing thousands of others to flee their homes.
In order to restore peace, Uhuru has served as a mediator between the warring parties and the DRC government.
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