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

According to a local media outlet, Dr. William Ruto, president of Kenya, has been forced to intervene in a vicious argument between two African heads of state that has threatened to halt peace efforts.

As per the media house, President William Ruto had to make a move and intercede in the column between Rwandan president Paul Kagame and his majority rule republic of Congo (DRC) partner Felix Tshisekedi over the harmony circumstance in eastern DRC.

President William Ruto is said to have organized a meeting between presidents Samia Hassan, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, Paul Kagame, and Joo Lourenço of Angola to discuss the situation in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), with the Kenyan president urging the two leaders to collaborate to end the conflict.

"Finding a long-term solution to the current instability in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is in our collective best interest, we cannot allow the situation to get worse." Ruto stated to the leaders.

He explained that fighting between Kagame and the Kinshasa administration of Felix Tshisekedi won't help solve the problem.

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