The Tshisekedi regime has, in a new nasty twist resorted to drawing a veil over the continued coordinated campaign of hate against Kinyarwanda-speaking Tutsi citizens of Congo, whilst the same regime massacres Tutsis in broad daylight.
The ethnic violence campaign goes on despite the Luanda summit roadmap that the heads of the state of Rwanda, DR Congo, and Angola recently reached (the roadmap stipulates among other things strongly fighting hate speech and ethnic stereotyping in DRC).
A day after the France-based newspaper, Libération, brought to the attention of the international community the very most untold story of the looming genocide against Kinyarwanda-speaking Tutsi citizens of Congo, Kinshasa has, in return, opted to throw a smokescreen in a ploy to conceal its crimes and dodge its responsibility in the continued crimes against humanity.
To everyone’s surprise, the regime mouthpiece Patrick Muyaya took to social media to claim: “there is no return of racist hatred,” he scoffed at Libération revelations, and the very same panicky man added: “This atrocious crime was strongly condemned,” and failed to demonstrate what might have done so as to curb the looming genocide in the country.
However, the French newspaper had toured various parts of DRC and listened to testimonies of the survivors who pointed the fingers at the ruling political party of President Tshisekedi (UDPS), its cadres, and the military, as the top culprits in the crimes against humanity.
Survivors made shocking revelations that include cannibalism, and setting ablaze Tutsi’s homes as the new strategy UDPS is advancing to get rid of those Tshisekedi has labelled as “enemies of Congo” – those are Kinyarwanda-speaking Tutsi citizens of the very same country, something that is done in broad daylight with “full impunity.”
Little do Tshisekedi and his henchmen know that they can’t always bury the truth, it is high time for the Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) to consider launching thorough investigations into the ongoing ethnic violence in DRC before many more lives are lost.