According to reports from reliable sources, it is reported that tensions are rising in the DRC after Hutu started pointing fingers at Tsutise.
A news report shared with several sources from the DRC revealed that the current government is trying to do everything to stop the tribal war.
The Hutu majority accuse Tsutsi of supporting the m23 rebels, which has fueled tensions in the country, according to several sources.
According to the information given by one of the women who had to flee from their village, mainly Tsuts were the first to flee from their homes.
This comes as Kenya's former president, President Uhuru Kenyatta, has called on all African countries to stop fighting each other.
According to President Uhuru Kenyatta's report, it is very sad that these countries are hurting each other now and that is why Uhuru said that Africa will be strong if Africans are united. A lot is definitely expected as fresh details emerge from time to time.
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