United States

#1 Sep 8, 2010
The un peace keeper does not protect people for thier security the goverment must look at what this UN peace keeper are doing in the country if they don"t want to help civilians who has been
victims of rapes and killed.
The government has power to let them go and ends thier contract with the president in plaace.
Please congolese we must be vigilant to this situation of been slave of others.


#2 Jul 21, 2011
They are their to smuggle Diamonds and rapes.
for kabila's government we are fed up of May God bless his 10years finish and he goes....


Durban, South Africa

#3 Aug 13, 2011
sometime,we as grassroot people dont understant how government works,especiall in our place where we came from.if you dont complain u dont get help.MONUC in DRC has many mission,in which can be good or bad,but it will depend on the reaction of the people in place.the burning issue is,; LACK OF CLEVERorEDUCATED people in the administration level.
which will mad us everyday we complain.

Durban, South Africa

#4 Aug 13, 2011
secondly ,UVIRA people has suffer for long time but until now they never know,the right wayout of the problems.we got power n spirit of FIGHTING,but once the war is finish everyone got stuck in his on business n forget what he was fighting for.n the government or any organisation take the time of manupilating the space.thanks .
Juma Sharifu

Kampala, Uganda

#5 Oct 7, 2011
U're right UVABOY, When there's war in UVira Young men come out and fight for the land, When war is over they become Robbers. b'se of lack of employement.

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