Africa should do away with puppetry, neo-liberal leaders

…Niger, Mali, Burkina Faso did…it

 “I cannot forgive Nelson Mandela for accepting the Nobel Peace Prize with his jailer De Klerk. Hand in hand they went. Mandela prefers to sip tea with the Queen, the biggest oppressor of Black people, and have dinner with the Clintons.” – Winnie Mandela

 France is evil they continue exploiting Africa till to date by installing puppet regimes to rule which protect their interests. Their days are numbered because a force is coming…

 Here are the list of African countries forced by the evil country called France 🇫🇷 to pay colonial taxes which is amount to about $500 Billion, Benin, Burkina Faso  (Withdraw), CĂ´te d’Ivoire, Guinea, Mali  (Withdraw), Niger  (Withdraw), Senegal, Togo, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, and Gabon.

 Displaced, hungry, lost, parents killed, hopeless and now looking for own means to survive. This is the story of Goma, this is the story of Congo.

Africans can’t breathe.

When will Congo have peace?

Despite being endowed with rich natural resources, the DRC is among the poorest countries in Africa and the world.

Congo has been constantly over exploited by Europe, USA and China.

 Congo is the promised land.  Congo is the land filled with honey. Congo is the land filled with natural resources. Congo is the richest land on the planet. Congo is the land filled with mineral resources. You can pick up any mineral from the soil in Congo. Congo has the capacity to supply the whole of Africa with electricity through the Congo River. The Congo can feed the whole of Africa.

Congo has been constantly over exploited by Europe, USA and China. Congo have to be free.


Thousands Flee Goma Surrounding Areas As Tensions Rises

Tension is rising in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo as violent clashes between the Congolese Defence Forces (FARDC) and the M23 Rebels.

Thousands of locals in towns and villages surrounding the city of Goma are fleeing their homes as the conflict in the region reach unsettling proportions.

The city of Goma, the provincial capital of North-Kivu Province, has the become the centre of the mass exodus with surrounding villages including Sake where residents were victims of the M23 fighters who continue to advance.

“Soldiers warned us that the M23 rebels were advancing, and we had no choice but to flee,” one of the residents said in highlighting the sudden and desperate nature of the displacement.

Locals in Sake are forced into the arduous journey of over five hours on foot to Goma where security is guaranteed by the heavy presence of security forces in the city.

The inability of Congolese President Felix Tshisekedi to quell the violence despite his reelection in December has raised doubts about the government’s capacity to restore peace.

Analysts point to Tshisekedi’s ongoing struggle to fulfill promises of stability in the region, exacerbating the plight of civilians caught in the crossfire.

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