Leaders come and go, the nation remains

Editor,  I strongly believe this should be an opportunity to players in the region to sit down and talk to find a lasting solution.

Editor,

I strongly believe this should be an opportunity to players in the region to sit down and talk to find a lasting solution. There are so many armed groups in the Democratic Republic of Congo causing misery to the peace loving population of eastern Congo.

The threat of these gangs must be eliminated at all costs.

Rwanda, Burundi, DRC and Uganda should work together for a sustainable solution. Governments come and go, but nations remains.

Leonard, Toronto, Canada


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The hide and seek game in the DRC is only well known to the beneficiaries of the game. What the writer mentioned in his article, however true it may be, please count on me no one is ready to listen; so long as he/she at the end of the day benefits from the turmoil. The steering wheel of the DRC case is in the wrong hands.

David, Kigali

Reactions to the opinion piece “Ntaganda in The Hague alone no solution for DRC”, (The New Times, March 21)

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