Acquitted by the Congolese courts in the case of an alleged embezzlement of funds allocated to the emergency program of Félix Tshisekedi, Vital Kamerhe considers that the lawsuit brought against him is “cynical”. In an interview granted to the press after his meeting, on Tuesday evening at the City of the African Union, with the President of the Republic, Vital Kamerhe said he appreciated the separation of powers during his trial. For the future of the platform formed around Tshisekedi, to which his UNC Party belongs, Kamerhe promises to continue this mandate with the current presidential movement.
“Always ready to collaborate in the Sacred Union. We will continue this mandate together. Let God inspire the President of the Republic, I feel comfortable helping the country”, reassures the President of the UNC who confides that “the partnership that we intend to strengthen within the sacred union, the challenges the country must face, security, food, health, and how to meet them”.
The former chief of staff of Félix Tshisekedi, answering the question of whether he is expected to be the next prime minister, says he sees himself “as a citizen ready to serve his people”.
“Whatever the ordeal one endures, it must be below what one can give to one’s homeland, to one’s people,” added Vital Kamerhe.
Regarding the aggression in the east of the country, indicates the presidential press, the former chief of staff of the Head of State, Vital Kamerhe mentioned his plan to end the crisis that of favoring the military, diplomatic and humanitarian option. .