Rwanda : M23 Congo- General Ntaganda denies any collaboration with Rwanda
General Bosco Ntaganda, former commander of the CNDP and the FARDC has refuted MONUSCO claims that he is supported by Rwanda to cause violence and chaos in North Kivu.
Ntaganda also shunned the ongoing allegations that he is behind the violence and killings taking place in North Kivu. Ntaganda told the BBC that he is in his home in Masisi, managing his farm, he confirmed to have neither military personnel nor participation in anything military or revolutional.
Ntaganda added that he never deserted the army to form a rebel troop as allegations say.
He said he does not cooperate with the M23 especially since it is an opposition to the government by the non-compliance.
General Ntaganda accused MONUSCO for not caring about people who die or get raped in the province of North Kivu including many members of his family.
He requested President Joseph Kabila to abide by the agreements signed March 23, 2009 with the CNDP.
Tuesday, May 29, Lambert Mende, Congolese Minister of Information and Spokesman of the Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo, has on the BBC, rejected the UN report and that of MONUSCO accusing Rwanda of supporting the insurgences in North Kivu.