President Tshisekedi’s words in Brazzaville indicate that it was he who ordered his troops to bomb Rwanda when he fell at Kinigi.
Political analysts say the way they heard the words of Democratic Republic of Congo President Tshisekedi while in Brazzaville indicates the shelling was caused by his troops in Musanze district, Kinigi sector and the district of Burera, would have been the one who gave the instructions.
President Tshisekedi did not comment on the bombings, saying that while some Rwandans have damaged and demolished houses, political analysts continue to say it is clear that Congo Kinshasa continues to be consulted with international organizations. and neighboring countries that the M23 issue should be reconsidered. -negotiated. President Tshisekedi is reluctant to do so and is well aware that his army is weak.
In an interview with VOA, Ambassador Karega said: “It is well known that many members of the former rebel group M23, ex-FARDC fighters, subsequently resigned, so there is no reason for Rwandans to invade Rwanda, because in this country there are many factions fighting each other and the government has failed to resolve these issues.
Many believe that President Tshisekedi monitoring M23 in Rwanda is a mistake because aside from M23 his country is home to over 200 militants and there are many parts of his country as president without setting foot or his troops of the FARDC stepping foot, analysts say look at the solution in the governance of his country and wonder how his people of every race are gradually establishing military security.
At a recent meeting between the leaders of the Congolese armed forces in the town of Nailobi, Kenya the leaders accused the government of not protecting them, which is why they took precautionary measures and in these talks with the Congolese government was discouraged. he says he will fix it.