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[VIDEO] BUKAVU REJECTS TSHIANI LAW: Congolese Population Voice Out On Racist Law

The rejection of the Tshiani Law, a proposed legislation that restricts Congolese from seeking the presidency, is widespread.

In Bukavu, a city of the south of Lake Kivu in eastern Congo, the population has joined the protest which are spreading.

Lubumbashi, Kolwezi, Likasi in Katanga and Kisangani have all expressed displeasure with the law being fronted by President Felix Tshisekedi’s pawn, Noel Tshiani.

The law targets to eliminate popular opposition leader Moise Katumbi from contesting the election set for December 20, 2023.

Katumbi is the son of a Congolese woman from a local royal family and a Greek Jew, Nisim Soriano, who fled to what was then a Belgian colony during the Holocaust.

VIDEO CAPTURES MOMENTS OF THE PROTEST

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