President Tshisekedi Was Supposed To Abandon The ‘Kabila Alliance’

The government authorities in DR Congo has been summoned by the African Union (AU) to maintain peace and stability of the country. President Tshisekedi is also expected to quit the Kabila coalition.

Visiting Thursday and Friday in Kinshasa, the director of the AU Commission, Moussa Faki Mahama, said in an explanation that he “had trades” with the head of state Felix Tshisekedi and his archetype Joseph Kabila.

On Sunday, Tshisekedi is required to declare his “hotly anticipated choices” as indicated by his representative, to escape the emergency inside the alliance.

The AU boss “approached the entire (class) of Congolese legislators to work fearlessly and earnestly to set up public agreement and protect harmony and strength.