Peace in the conflicting part of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is beckoning after the EAC Peace Facilitator (rtd) President Uhuru Kenyatta's Telephone Call to Rwanda President Paul Kagame born fruits.
Rtd President Kenyatta's efforts to end the long-time hostilities in DRC is day by day gaining momentum after Rwanda President Paul Kagame agreed to help them in ceasing fire in Goma. Kagame's new move and which has been received well comes after Hon Uhuru Kenyatta visited Goma and noted the suffering that the Internally displaced residents are passing through.
After his successful maiden trip to Goma, rtd President Uhuru Kenyatta is said to have engaged both the UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, Burundi President Everiste Ndayishimiye, Rwanda President Paul Kagame and DRC President Felix Tshisekedi through a telephone call and briefed them of the situation.
Out of the conversation, Kagame accepted the calls to end hostilities in Goma by urging the M23 rebels to cease fire and withdraw from the embattled territories as outlined in the proposal by the regional CDFs.
EAC Facilitator has also called for more support from the United Nations as many of those in the affected areas highly need humanitarian assistance.
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