Lt. Ian Kagame's graduation in Kigali, Rwanda, November 3, 2022

Rwandan Defense Forces (RDF), under the cover of M23 and other proxy rebels and militias, have continued to expand their conquests in Eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), despite the presence of the forces of the Eastern African Community (EAC) and the UN (MONUSCO). The invasion has led to some DRC government key leaders resigning from their posts and accusing Felix Tshisekedi of incompetence and lack of leadership.  Meanwhile, the M23 proxy leaders have met former  Kenyan president  Uhuru Kenyata, the appointed  EAC facilitator. During the meeting, M23 rebels leaders scorned and condescended to the Burundi President Evariste Ndayishimiye, the current EAC president and a leader of the Nairobi and Luanda peace processes.  As the plan of the balkanization of  Eastern DRC continues, Rwandan President Paul Kagame, in agreement with Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni, alledgedly has decided to change a plan for his succession, designating one of his sons to replace his daughter Ms. Ange Kagame, as the heir to the throne in Rwanda and to work with Uganda's designated heir to the throne, Lt. Gen. Muhoozi Kainerugaba.  

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Otto Bahizi, Political advisor to DRC Prime Minister in a meeting of the Community of Hutus, on December 7, 2022

As of  December 9, 2022, tensions between the leaders of the Hutu  and Tutsi ethnic communities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), on one side and the Rwandan regime, on the other,  continue to escalate. The escalation was  recently fueled by warnings against the Rwandan oligarch Paul Kagame and his oligarchy, due to the continued invasion of the DRC, under the cover of M23 rebels. The latest strong remarks were made by David Fati Karambi, a top leader of the Congolese Tutsi Community in Eastern DRC. Meanwhile, following reports by UN  experts confirming attacks and massacres of Congolese civilians and lootiing of minerals, the EU has extended sanctions on leaders of M23 rebels and companies involved in the DRC conflict. 

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Otto Bahizi, Political advisor to DRC Prime Minister in a meeting of the Community of Hutus, on December 7, 2022

On December 7, 2022, tensions between the leaders of the Hutu ethnic community in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)  and the Rwandan regime have escalated. The escalation followed the recent strong statements by DRC President Felix Tshisekedi in which he raised the tone against the Rwandan regime, calling it a demoniac system and urging the Congolese to help  Rwandans to overthrow the current Rwandan dictatorship.  On December 7, 2022, in a meeting with the leaders of the Community of Hutu ethnic group, Mr Otto Bahizi, the political and diplomacy advisor to the DRC Prime Minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde,  expressed his frustration with the Rwandan president and the Rwandan regime and the Congo Tutsis ethnic group.  

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Felix Tshisekedi and Paul Kagame in Gisenyi, Rwanda on June 25, 2021

As time passes, the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) President Felix Tshisekedi has finally decided to raise the tone against the Rwandan regime, calling it a demoniac system.   DRC President Felix Tshisekedi  urged the Congolese people to have empathy for and support the oppressed Rwandan people. He pressed the Congolese to actively target the Rwandan oligarch Paul Kagame and his evil minority oligarchy oppressing the Rwandan people. The statements were made during an address to the nation in a meeting with the Congolese leaders, on December 4, 2022The statements came as a reaction to the recent remarks made by the  Rwandan dictator Paul Kagame in an address to the nation, in which he blamed  Tshisekedi for using attacks and invasion of DRC by Rwandan founded, funded and supported  M23 fighters to postpone elections.   

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