Twitter on fire as #CongoIsBleeding top today trend on social media, Nigerians have also join hands to support their DR. Congolese Brothers and Sisters. Massive protest in Democratic Republic of Congo to put an end to the killing going on in the nation.
According to the reports that over 8 million people have been killed in DR. Congo some enslaved and raped
Here is the brief story of Democratic Republic of Congo
Everything you need to know about the genocide in Congo
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Reaction as CongoIsBleeding trends on twitter to protest against Democratic Republic of Congo Genocide
“To our brothers & sisters in Congo, we stand with you.
We will do our best from this side, God will see us through.
It’s time Africa wakes up, unite & stand against bad leadership & corrupt interference of international organizations
“I’m happy people are finally waking up to the realities of Congo. That country is responsible for more than half of the world’s natural resources, but they’ve been intentionally subjugated to strive and conflicts running in decades, the sponsors are known.”
“Black Genocide Unfolding in DR Congo motivated by Western Greed and Scramble for Congo’s natural resources.
“The youths have been out on the streets in:
5. Congo DRC.
7. And Cameroon.
The youth want a new Africa.”
“Nigerian lives matter. 🇳🇬
Namibian lives matter. 🇳🇦
Congolese lives matter. 🇨🇩
Cameroonian lives matter. 🇨🇲
my prayers are with you.”
“What is the usefulness of African Union? Countries are bleeding accross Africa and no intelligent action has been taken by them. Rwanda and Uganda are hurting Congo. It is an international issue”
“Congo is a home to abundance of natural resources such as oil, minerals and valuable metals. Congo is responsible for more than half of the world’s natural resources, yet they’ve been intentionally, subjugated to strive in poverty.”
“The Democratic Republic of the Congo is one of the richest countries in the world in terms of natural resources, it is estimated to have $24 trillion of mineral deposits. D.R.Congo is home to an abundance of natural resources such as oil, minerals and valuable metals.”