DR Congo leader Felix Tshisekedi has expressed his desire to establish a democracy in harmony with his vision; two years after coming to power, the Congolese head of state still seems to be in the midst of conquering power, writes Patrick Ilunga for the Daily Nation. Tshisekedi’s fight is in the National Assembly, but this will have repercussions on the government as he wants the provinces and their governors to be fully committed to the spirit of “sacred union for the nation”.
President Félix Tshisekedi has ended the 16-month coalition with former president Joseph Kabila. Tshisekedi further threatened to dissolve the national assembly in case he … Read more »
The government could be going through a crisis following persistent wrangles in the ruling coalition fronted by President Félix Tshisekedi and his predecessor Joseph Kabila. … Read more »