DRC defectors gain territories as Kabila in secret talks

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Josephine Lukoya

The deserters from Congolese National army have now taken Pinga, Kalembe, Bunagana and Nybiondo; as FARDC have retreated to Masisi, Mweso Centres and Bwiza Great Lakes has established.

Gen Didier Etumba, the commander of the DRC National Army, blamed the situation on “undisciplined soldiers” creating disorder in the force for political reasons. Gen. Ntaganda’s whereabouts remains unclear as FARDC says He is with defected.

In Goma, President Joseph Kabila is in secret talks with deserters to bring them back to national army. “The present says Gen. Bosco Ntaganda will be tried by court martial.” One deserter who is in talks intimated to Great lakes Voice said.

“The army is republican and everyone who joins the army has to respect the law. They will be identified and prosecuted.” Gen Etumba said.

President Kabila arrived in the eastern city of Goma Monday to put pressure on military leaders of the former rebel group, the CNDP (National Congress for the Defense of the People), to return to the military, in line with the 2009 peace agreement that integrated the rebels into the national armed forces.

Though some separates are reportedly to be going back to the national army. President kabila said on Wednesday, He want Bosco Ntaganda arrested but sources in Goma meeting say He has abandoned the plan.

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