#PoliticoCD. | Vital Kamerhe: “The DRC will never be a colony of someone and the balkanization plan will never succeed”

The president of the “Union for the Congolese Nation” (UNC), a political party member of the Sacred Union, Vital Kamerhe, on a “peace tour” in the eastern part of the DRC, declared on Friday in his meeting at the Muzinga stadium in Shabunda-Centre, capital of the territory of the same name, that “the plan for the balkanization of the DRC will never succeed”.

“We advocate a policy of good neighborliness but we must respect each other. The DRC will never be a colony of someone and the plan of balkanization of the DRC will never succeed, the DRC will never be divided. Those who claim with arms must come to their senses to develop the country”, underlined Vital Kamerhe who made the same speech in Birava, in the territory of Kabare.

In the same vein, the president of the UNC devoted, last Sunday morning, to the cults of thanksgiving for his acquittal in the “100 days file” and to castigate the invasion of the Republic Democratic Republic of the Congo by certain neighboring countries, in this case Rwanda.

“All Congolese must work for the return of peace in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo”, he insisted.

The former chief of staff of Félix Tshisekedi has been in the province of South Kivu since last Thursday, as part of a peace tour in the east of the country. He started with the province of North Kivu, where he went to Rutshuru, Masisi and Rubaya. Everywhere, he called the Congolese people to unity and cohesion.

Stéphie MUKINZI M and ACP

Source: PoliticoCD.

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