Lt. General Constant Ndima, the governor of North Kivu, was presented with food for displaced persons who were forced to wander as a result of the M23 terrorists’ conflict, which was sponsored by Rwanda, on Saturday in Goma by the Angolan government.
Presenting the supplies flown to Goma by the Angolan army in a cargo plane, the Emissary of the Angolan Government, General Nassonè, said, “This assistance from President Joo Lourenço to the displaced persons of North Kivu aims to restore a smile to the suffering Congolese.” This is due to the numerous initiatives taken to restore peace in the Eastern region of the DRC.
Condensed milk, salted fish, corn flour, rice, and table oil are among the cargo’s contents. In addition, he added that the latter “would spare no effort for enduring peace to reign throughout the region,” adding that “our President, SE Joo Lourenço, is doing everything is necessary to ensure that peace prevails in the east of the DRC, in particular, and in Africa, in general.”
This action, in the words of the military governor of North Kivu, “rooted the connections of fraternity between the Angolan and Congolese peoples,” and he applauded it.
Lt. General Constant Ndima said, “This gesture of heart is further proof of the excellence of the relations that exist between President Félix Tshisekedi and his counterpart Joo Lourenço. We say a big thank you to the Angolan people on behalf of the entire displaced population following the clashes that battered the territory of Rutshuru.”
The military governor addressed General Nassonè and emphasized that “this help will indeed be offered to beneficiaries who count in big numbers in the sites positioned practically at the entrance of Goma.”