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“M23” shocked the entire Kinshasa!

Some Congolese in Kishasa, known as “Les Kinois,” are still being persecuted by the M23 group, which is advancing against them in North Kivu.

Kinshasa, everywhere you go in this city, there is only one topic of discussion the M23 group, which continues to control major areas of the Rutshuru and Masisi Territories in the North Kivu Province in the country’s east.

When M23 defeated at the end of 2012, residents of the DRC’s capital, Kinshasa, were dissatisfied with the organization because they believed it would be demonised again and again by FARDC troops, especially because they believed in FARDC which defeated m23 in 2012.

However, the game has transformed since the “Kinois” are finally starting to have significant fears about the fate of this group, which continues to fight the FARDC State Army on a regular basis based on the capability of its weaponry and the number of men it has behind it.

These fears result from the fact that the M23 group continues to gain huge regions from the FARDC in the Rutshuru and Masisi Territories, while simultaneously attacking the city of Goma.

"M23" shocked the entire Kinshasa!
“M23” shocked the entire Kinshasa!

According to the information we have, wherever you go in Kinshasa, especially in locations where a lot of people congregate, like bars, streets, and marketplaces, the topic has turned to “M23,” and Rwandan authorities claim that the power M23 is displaying is where it is coming from.

On social media, the “Kinois” are encouraging to all those who are able to join the FARDC troops in order to halt the M23’s progress.

Jonathan Makangila, a Kinshasa-based businessman, told the media that he has added prayer periods in which he asks God to help them fight the M23 force.

Jonathan Makangila has requested that President Felix Tshisekedi equip the young in order to combat M23 and, if necessary, cross the border and even into Rwandan territory, accusing them of aiding M23.

“I am now increasing my prayer time, begging God to help us halt M23 and defend our people in the east,” he stated. I request that President Tshisekedi recruit young people like us, equip us to combat M23, and allow us to invade Rwanda if necessary.”

The members of the DRC government are on holiday until February 9, 2023, and they have also demanded that all deputies and senators who are on vacation come to Kinshasa as soon as possible to investigate the M23 issue and the reasons why FARDC continues to be short-sighted in the future.

These deputies and senators concluded that if critical choices are not made, M23 may encounter them in Kinshasa.

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