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Kabila confronts Rwanda, Uganda over M23 rebels

Discussion in 'International Forum' started by ByaseL, Oct 24, 2012.

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    ByaseL JF-Expert Member

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    The Democratic Republic of Congo President, Mr Joseph Kabila, has told Rwanda to stop being the “bad boy” destabilising neighbours in the region.

    At a press briefing this week, President Kabila also challenged Uganda to be “forthcoming” with information on its alleged political support for the M23 rebel group instead of dismissing a leaked second version of a report prepared by the UN group of Experts implicating it as “rubbish”.

    Responding publicly for the first time to the UN findings, which implicate the two neighbouring countries in aiding the rebellion in North Kivu Province, Mr Kabila said the allegations captured the “truth about what is happening or has been happening in the last eight months with disastrous consequences on the local population”.
     
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    Sijali JF-Expert Member

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    Only in the past eight months?
     
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    Bukyanagandi JF-Expert Member

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    Kabila Jr should request SADC for help the soonest the better, don't underrate the resolve of these two GUYS-they have a latent agenda of diving DRC into two Countries namely DRC major and North/South KIVU - so beware friday the 13th.

    The mighty Angolan/Zimbabwe Army and South Africa if need be, should be deployed in DRC to contain Hilters in the waiting. Time to deal with them summarily is now not later.
     
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