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Congolese opposition leader Martin Fayulu promises to name cabinet in January

Kinshasa, DR Congo (PANA) - LAMUKA, Martin Fayulu,  coordinator of the opposition coalition, Wednesday promised to name a cabinet in January to support the people in their quest for sovereignty.

In a New Year message to his Congolese compatriots, the former candidate for the December 2018 presidential election, pledged his support.

"To accompany the people in its quest for sovereignty, I announce that from 20 January, 2021, I will name a cabinet composed of women and men who want Congo of Kimbangu and Lumumba to be strong, dignified and prosperous," Fayulu said.

Fayulu, also leader of the political party - Commitment for citizenship and Development (ECIDé) - promised to accentuate his battle for the verdict of votes.

"To deserve the respect and honour of future generations, we will accentuate our struggle through democratic ways and means to restore the people its power to choose freely its leaders: The verdict of votes," he said.

He described as "election fraud" the December 2018 poll and denounced the sacred union of the nation initiated by President Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo.

"The sacred union is nothing but the second pregnancy of the couple FCC-CACH," he added.

"Fuses exploded and will continue exploding, pieces were moved, a new name found, but the system remains the same; and with it the suffering of the Congolese people. Don’t be absent-minded, dear compatriots. The sacred union is nothing but the second pregnancy of the couple FCC-CACH," Fayulu concluded.


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