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Kabila’s Incentive to Leave Power

Posted: August 11, 2018 by mayendengdit in Junub Sudan, Mayen Ayarbior

By David Mayen Dengdit, Denver-Colorado, USA

Congolese President Joseph Kabila visits Angola [No Comment]

Photo: President Joseph Kabila’s last visit to Angola

Saturday, August 11, 2018 (PW) — Introduction: Breaking from the Pack: A true leader is that who is able to break from the pack and chart a new path for his people. He/she leads them out of misery into newer horizons. Congo DRC has been waiting for that leader for much too long. Finally, he has come through and the country will never be the same again.

Few days ago President Joseph Kabila of Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) decided to leave power voluntarily through respecting his country’s constitutional term limits. That decision would sound normal for Ghanaians, Nigerians, or even Kenyans and Tanzanians who seem to have acknowledged the value and therefore respected Presidential two terms as a limit for any citizen who becomes privileged to serve his/her country at that capacity.

What makes young Joseph to become and African icon and statesman at the age of 47 is that he has had all the trappings of power at his disposal but, nonetheless, decided to look for even greater incentives to pass the torch to another competent citizen of DRC to continue from where he left. (more…)