News just in indicates that Ex President Uhuru Kenyatta led mediation process has suffered a huge blow as armed group has withdrawn from the peace talks.
Twirwaneho, a self-defence armed group of the Congolese community of Banyamulenge, has pulled out of the Nairobi peace talks, citing fresh attacks on civilians by other militias in eastern DR Congo.
While arguing their case, the group cited that attacks by Mai Mai group on 30th November left several dead with others injured in the villages of Gakangara,Muliza and Biziba.
In a letter adressed to the Naiorobi peace talks, ex President Uhuru Kenyatta, the group cited were dimmed by what they term as ethnic cleansing. The group alleges that those who continue to attack have one aim to wipe them out of the ethnic map of Democratic Republic of Congo and to ensure they leave the country.
Twirwaneho alleges that their assailants who are also represented in Nairobi does not want peace as they have continued to sabotage the efforts of the regional community to ensure peace in the region.
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