The National Youth President of the Union for the Congolese Nation (UNC), Yves Nswal continued, this Saturday, August 13, his tour to revitalize the party dear to Vital Kamerhe in Haut-Katanga in view of the general elections which will take place. looming on the horizon of 2023 in the DRC.
In front of a crowd in kasumbalesa, the number one of the youth of the UNC transmitted the greetings of the National President, Vital Kamerhe and those of the secretary general, Billy Kambale, while insisting on the creed of his tour that of “tireless work , unity, the ambition of the party to achieve the objectives assigned for the general elections of 2023”.
To do this, he invited the youth of Haut-Katanga in general and Kasumbalesa in particular to take ownership of the process of revitalizing the party for a successful outcome of the upcoming elections.
“Dear young people, let us honor our ideals and the vision of our President Vital Kamerhe. Let us honor the fight of the CACH, linking our leader to the President of the Republic, Félix Tshisekedi, by stopping today, this momentum of division and hatred dangerous and threatening the survival of the Congolese nation and our party. Vital Kamerhe wants to see his political youth evolve together, in unity and in national cohesion, to build and defend, in the effort and in the common fate, beyond our diversity and adversity, the heritage of the Congo that our ancestors bequeathed to us. We should therefore, young people from the UNC, be up to the challenge and the electoral stake of 150 deputies of our party that our secretary general Billy Kambale constantly reminds us of, “said Yves Nswal.
In Lubumbashi, the National Youth President of UNC urged young people to wet their shirts while keeping their eyes on 2023.
It should be noted that in Haut-Katanga, Yves Nswal insisted on unity, love, commitment, work, loyalty and the objective of 150 national deputies at the electoral deadlines which are coming up the horizon of 2023. For this mission to revitalize the UNC, Yves Nswal was accompanied by a delegation of youth from Kinshasa, Kasumbalesa and Lubumbashi.