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Don't make it hard for me. Uhuru addressed the parties to the DRC peace talks.

Former President Uhuru Kenyatta hopes that the peace talks in Nairobi III will help find a lasting solution to the conflict in the east of the DRC.

Uhuru said that this would only happen if the various parties involved in the negotiations were committed to the process of restoring peace.

The current session, which began on November 28, will end on Saturday.

President William Ruto and Burundian President Evariste Ndayisimi attended the launch and delivered speeches.

"Please help me find peace. Don't make things difficult for me," Uhuru said.

"I'm ready to hear from you and have ideas on how we can deal with this situation forever." his speech on Wednesday.

The negotiators in Nairobi were members of the M23 group, who stated that he (Uhuru) had agreed to lay down his arms.

Others are leaders of social, civil rights and religious groups in the countries of Central Africa.

“At the end of the meeting, we will announce a decision that is close to the hearts of the people of the DRC and all people around the world,” said an optimistic peace advocate from the EAC.

Uhuru expressed his commitment to the process, noting that he was confident in the full support of the Congolese government led by President Felix Tshisekedi. Serge Tchibangu, Special Envoy and Adviser, representing Professor Tshisekedi, was present.

Uhuru reiterated that his role in the dialogue was purely a political recommendation and did not violate Congo's sovereignty.

Uhuru also stressed the need for a ceasefire between rebel factions, saying several international partners are ready to help rebuild the war-torn country.

“I have several proposals from foreign countries to cooperate with you and the government to rebuild the eastern Congo, but this will only happen if we silence the guns,” Uhuru told the crowd.

This could have happened in Africa, arguing that life-threatening issues such as poverty, disease and ignorance are “what we have to face.”

In accordance with the conditions set before the rebels entered the rally, the moderator said that they should cease fire and return.

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