Friday, February 24, 2017

#DRCongo blood thirst continues - 16 killed in three days of clashes

People in DRCongo are being killed daily and the world is focusing on Trump  as though other lives do not matter.  What UN, UK, US, EU, France and Belgium need to ask themselves seriously is what is Museveni's army doing in Congo?  En plus, where did Museveni deploy M23 (Makenga) and M18?  A call to Kagame might also give answers.  Never mind, nange ndi mukoowu!  

These countries are funding genocides in Africa and it does not help that China is in DRCongo for the loot (read minerals), fueling rebels and militia to harvest minerals that belong to the Congolese. Oh la, I have an idea.  Just kill the people so that they never claim their wealth.  The dead cannot talk for themselves.

Did Uganda pay Congo the $10 billion yet?  Wapi, let us just invade them and shut them up.  We did it in the past so why not now when the world is focused elsewhere?
Sixteen people have been killed in three days of fighting this week that pitted the Democratic Republic of Congo's army against a rebel militia, a military spokesman told this reporter on Thursday.
Guillaume Djike, a spokesman for the army in troubled North Kivu province in the east of the nation, said 16 people had been killed from Monday to Wednesday, while five rebels from the M23 militia had been captured and 58 others had surrendered.
Djike did not specify whether the dead were rebels, troops or civilians.
M23 is a mostly ethnic Tutsi rebel group that mutinied against DR Congo in 2012, saying a peace accord signed in 2009 had not been respected by the government.
The militia was defeated the following year, and hundreds of fighters fled the country.
But in January, the government and residents of North Kivu said they had seen M23 fighters return from neighbouring Uganda.
The United Nations MONUSCO peacekeeping mission on Wednesday said the militia posed "a real threat" to security in eastern DR Congo.
It said it had evidence that members of the group had returned to the country.
Liberata Buratwa, a local official, called on people who had fled the latest wave of clashes to neighbouring Uganda to return home.
"Today the situation is calm. We ask the people who fled the fighting to Uganda to return to the country because the situation has returned to normal," Buratwa said.
In a statement from the Ugandan capital Kampala on Wednesday, M23 blamed the Congolese government for the spike in violence.
"Ex-fighters who returned to their country were unarmed and had no intention to wage war," M23 said.
"The government's decision to push returning ex-fighters into war, forcing them to defend themselves, sends a negative signal to their colleagues" in Uganda and Rwanda, the statement said.
Uganda in January said that 40 M23 rebels living at a military base since 2014 had disappeared, and that about 100 more had been caught trying to cross into DR Congo.
The Congolese government, for its part, said this month that some 200 former M23 fighters had occupied a village in North Kivu province.
16 killed in three days of DR Congo clashes

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