By: Robert Patrick Fati Gakwerere
The FARDC informs national and international opinion of the continued violation of the ceasefire by the Rwandan army and its M23 auxiliaries. The loyalist army emphasizes that every day, those they describe as terrorists attack positions held by patriotic resistance fighters, thereby complying with the ceasefire ordered by the United States of America and the International Community.
The RDF violate the agreements made.
As a result, our army emphasizes that Rwandan troops are entering Congolese territory in violation with the aim of disrupting the ceasefire process: “The Armed Forces of the Democratic Republic of Congo, by continuing to respect their commitment, They call the International Community to witness the risk of resumption of hostilities due to the warlike spirit of Kigali,” they declare, adding that Rwanda does not respect its word given and its commitments solemnly made. This is why the FARDC warns and advises that they will take the necessary measures to respond to these provocations made by Rwanda if and only if, these provocations continue.
RDF-M23 terrorists didn’t even give a festive break to suffering Congolese. Since yesterday evening, 25th December 2023 at 17:30 local time, large RDF-M23 units started pushing towards Sake from Mushaki launching point. Since the evening of yesterday to now, heavy fightings are raging along Mushaki-Rubaya-Sake axis.
Always remember, once Criminal Paul Kagame puts his mind on something, he never deviates until he achieves his personal objectives, and in case of DR Congo, it has always been mineral concessions. At the moment, he hasn’t yet achieved his personal objectives/aims, and once he gets them, this round of murderous war in DR Congo will end, and inept Sultan Makenga and the rest will be thrown to the dogs that if he doesn’t imprison or eliminate them. Like in other previous military campaigns in DR Congo, once Criminal Paul Kagame gets/receives/achieves his personal objectives, he crashes his pawns i.e Col Jules Mutebutsi, Gen Laurent Nkunda, Bosco Ntaganda…etc.