Tshisekedi travels to Goma to talk about security and development

Congolese President Félix Tshisekedi has been in Goma since Monday, October 5, when he was received by thousands of activists at the airport. It has been a long time since this visit was postponed, it was to take place in the framework of a sub-regional summit, which was finally to take place at a video conference.

It is especially the UDPS, the Presidential Party, that toured the Goma districts to mobilize for this visit. But other parties were represented in the crowd, such as Bahati Lukwebo, who officially belongs to the FCC of Joseph Kabila.

There was also this Tuesday in Goma activists from the UNC, who with their signature demanded the release of their president Vital Kamerhe, condemned for embezzlement. as part of the 100-day program.

In the middle of the afternoon, the presidential plane landed on the tarmac, then the head of state Felix Tshisekedi, greeted by the governor of the province, participated in a walk. The first meeting of the day was, according to the presidency, with the three governors of the east, northern Kivu, but also southern Kivu and Ituri.

The sub-regional video conference summit

Security and development issues were on the agenda. There will be other meetings with the FARDC, but also the living forces. And finally, the mini-summit is to be held at video conference with the heads of state of Rwanda, Uganda and even Burundi.

The Congolese foreign minister was in Bujumbura on Sunday to fight President Ndayishimyie’s deal. According to the Congolese party, it would therefore be done. Félix Tshisekedi was due to leave on Tuesday. The summit is finally scheduled for Wednesday.


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