HATUTAKUBALI WACONGO KUHANGAISHWA NA WAHUNI….M23 REBELS MUST SURRENDER….Kenya Defense Forces soldiers dedicate themselves to protect Goma airport

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KDF and Congolese forces said the troops belonging to East African Regional Force they are ready to defend the strategic and civilian areas from war.

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KDF soldiers dedicate themselves to protect Goma Airport against M23 attack toward the city amid fights with congolese forests.

KDF and Congolese forces said the troops belonging to East African Regional Force they are ready to defend the strategic and civilian areas from war.

“No one will take Goma we are here to protect Goma Airport ,”said Maj_Gen Jeff Nyagah the millitary officer the current commander of the Regional force.

Furthermore he said they priority is to seek peace through diplomacy which is under two tracks . Adding that KDF soldiers dedicate themselves to protect Goma airport

One of them is Nairobi process which is being facilitated by the Former Kenyan president Uhuru Kenyatta and the other one is African Union and the International Conference on the Great lakes Region under Angolan President Joao Lorenco

KDF soldiers arrived in Goma on wensday in rebel groups as M23 which a massive displacement of Civilians
The locals have rejected their idea of havng a conversation with the rebel group saying they want a M 23 Military.

DRC government spokesman and also Ministet for Communication Patrick Muyaya said their oposition is clear and it is known for no negotiation with the terrorists and no withdrawal from the occupied localities.

Maj _Gen Nyagah has upon called the armed group in the Eastern DRC to stop being hostile to the local population.

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