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What Ruto Has Done In the US To Intervene In Dispute Between Two East African Presidents

As a local media house reports, Kenya's president Dr William Ruto has been forced with no other option but to intervene in a vicious row between two african heads of state that has threatened to paralyse peace efforts.

According to the media house, President William Ruto was forced to take action and intervene in the row between Rwandan president Paul Kagame and his democratic republic of Congo (DRC) counterpart Felix Tshisekedi over the peace situation in eastern DRC.

It is said that it is president William Ruto who has taken the initiative to bring together presidents Samia Hassan, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, Paul Kagame and Angola president João Lourenço in a meeting to discuss the ongoing situation in DRC with the kenyan president calling on the two leaders to work together and end the conflict.

"It is in our interest as a region to find a lasting solution to the current instability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. We cannot allow the situation to get worse," Ruto told the leaders.

He explained that hostilities between Kagame and Felix Tshisekedi's Kinshasa administration won't help to resolve the matter.

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