By Radio Okapi
Martin Fayulu, one of the leaders of the Lamuka platform, invites the President of the Republic, Felix Tshisekedi, to resign.
At his meeting in Kinshasa on April 28, he said the head of state “has spent the budget of the presidency by one year in less than 100 days.”
“I’m back and we’ll ask our brother Felix Tshisekedi to resign,” said Martin Fayulu.
He says he does not understand that the prime minister is not always governed and that the country is run without government.
“There is no prime minister after 94 days of governance. There is no government. This means, my brothers, that we have nothing in this country the DRC (…), “said Martin Fayulu.
He also announced the return of Moïse Katumbi, Jean-Pierre Bemba and Mbusa Nyamwisi to the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
The former candidate for the presidency of the Republic has also announced the holding in the coming days of several peaceful popular demonstrations to claim the truth of the polls.
Martin Fayulu was accompanied by Adolphe Muzito. The two leaders, along with the four other leaders, participated in a meeting during which they decided to transform the Lamuka coalition into a platform.
Lamuka leaders Moise Katumbi, Mbusa Nyamwisi, Martin Fayulu, Adolphe Muzito, Freddy Matungulu and Jean-Pierre Bemba have also decided that this political platform will have a rotating presidency for a quarter.
This presidency will be assumed by a coordinator of the presidium.
Moise Katumbi Chapwe becomes coordinator for a period of 3 months according to the order of the rotating presidency.
The Lamuka platform has as its fundamental objective to work jointly and severally in a democratic spirit and in a transparent manner in order to obtain the dynamic unity of its members in the political actions to be carried out in order to conquer the supply in the DRC.