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Congo Rebellion: Why Kagame Missed Heads Of State Meeting

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Chimpreports understands Kagame spent the better part of Saturday morning interacting with thousands of residents of Masaka Sector in Rwanda during the monthly Umuganda, a mandatory community service day from 8:00am to 11:00am, on the last Saturday of each month.

He is also expected to receive visiting Congo Brazaville President, Denis Sassou-Nguesso, today afternoon.

A diplomat confirmed that Rwanda is represented by Hon Louise Mushikiwabo, Minister of Foreign Affairs.

DRC accuses Rwanda of supporting M23 rebels who recently captured Goma and Sake towns in DRC and further threatened to move to Kinshasha to topple Kabila.

Kigali denies the charge, insisting it’s yet to contribute even “one bullet” to the conflict.

Kagame told residents of Masaka Sector that Rwanda “is strong and cannot be shaken by passing winds,” adding, “Rwandans need to focus and grow even stronger.”

“We need to use the little we have to reach our goals through hard work. Umuganda is now part of Rwandan culture and dignity,” said Kagame.

He asked Masaka residents to work hard and transform their lives.

“We have achieved a lot, but we still have a lot to do to even achieve better things. Umuganda is one of the ways that helps us consolidate what we have gained. God gave us a good country, hands to work, it’s now our duty to work hard and make our country better”.

Kicukiro Mayor passed gratitude of Masaka residents to President Kagame for providing electricity, a hospital and other developmental projects that have transformed lives of many.

The Heads of State are expected to pass resolutions which will be implemented by a sub-committee to pacify a war-torn Congo.

They have also asked M23 rebels to immediately leave Goma or face their wrath, an order the rebels have decided to ignore.

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