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Criticism Grows as President Tshisekedi Attends Champions League Match During Crisis

Amidst a backdrop of humanitarian crisis in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), President Felix Tshisekedi’s recent appearance at The Parc des Princes for a Champions League match between Paris Saint-Germain and Barcelona has ignited widespread criticism.

Reports of mass displacement and suffering stemming from the ongoing conflict in eastern DR Congo have amplified concerns about the president’s priorities.

Tshisekedi’s sudden departure from the country last week, without disclosing his whereabouts to the public, has fueled speculation and unease among Congolese citizens.

Recent revelations indicate that President Tshisekedi traveled to Rwanda to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the genocide before attending the UEFA Champions League match in Paris.

This revelation has deepened criticism of his actions, with many questioning his leadership during a time of national crisis.

While Tshisekedi’s attendance at the football match has stirred controversy, his return date to Kinshasa remains unknown, further exacerbating uncertainty surrounding his absence and the management of the crisis in the DRC.

Source: DRC News Today

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