France should sends troops to DR Congo for peacekeeping
Due to continued deteriorating security situation in the Eastern Democratic Republic of Congo caused by M23 rebels supported by Kagame’s government, Umuvugizi sought views of various Rwandans and Congolese on what they think is the solution that could bring sustainable peace in Congo.
All those we spoke agreed that among all countries, its only France that understands well the problem of Congo and Rwanda, especially when it has shown the will and experience of saving many countries with the problem of rebels in Africa when they are faced with cases of terrorism or blood thirsty dictators like President Kagame.
Some of the security and defence experts we talked to but didn’t want their names revealed for security purposes caused by Kagame’s spies spread all over the world, all arrived at one solution of only French troops that can be able to martial out with M23 rebels supported by dictator Kagame.
These experts gave us some examples of how the French army saved thousands of refugees who could have been killed by Kagame’s Rwanda Patriotic Front (RPF) in 1994. Also, it’s France that led the western coalition forces in defeating the dictatorial regime of President Gaddafi, who had continued to murder hundreds of innocent Benghazi, calling them rats.
It’s not only where the French troops saved Africans , but it’s again France that also took a lead to bring peace in another African nation , Cote d’Ivoire, where troops saved citizens who had continued to be killed by President Laurent Gbagbo.
Rwandans and Congolese think that no one can put an end to these wars in Congo that have claimed millions of innocent people, which are supported by President Kagame who has created many of these rebels groups for him to continue stealing DR Congo natural resources.
France should provide military support to UN troops in Congo for them to be well equipped to defeat M23 rebels, who have claimed millions of innocent Congolese.
This done, it will reduce on a number of civilians in Congo who continue to live and suffer as refugees in other neighbouring countries.