The Rwandan government is saying some cruel things. Now the DRC is having issues in Ethiopia. The government of Ethiopia is saying that they are crossing into their county from the Congo and vice versa. Ethiopia is NOT a part of the East African Union called 'The BLOC' for very serious reasons.
But Ethiopia has its own nasty, dirty genocide story right now where Tigray people are trying to get out of the country by any means. Heard from an Ethiopian they are killing DARKER skinned Ethiopians as well as any boy over 6 years that looks like he can hold a gun.
She talked to me for 6 hours about life in her country. She's in Kenya currently working on Climate Change, she and her husband will be moving because her work requires a lot of travel. She was very blunt, honest and clear about the things her government is keeping out of the media.
Sadly Kenya is in a bad position surrounded by problems. Uganda taking on migrants from DRC (62,000 so far) and extreme poverty with a president unwilling to give up power after 36 years.
Somalia has a government put in place by who??? I THINK THE US there were recent attacks there. As well as over 200 killed in Ethiopia unconfirmed number.
DRC with Rwanda who is taking on people from the UK to lock in CAGES until who knows when Rwanda has been doing this since 2013 or earlier.
Now add in higher prices with little income, Africa as a whole is in trouble. I am very worried as I was going to relocate back to Kenya. I have no idea what to do from this point. I might just leave the continent. It’s too much going on. West Africa is even more complicated. Ghana is surrounded by trouble and Ghanians think it is a joke but how can they care when prices have gone up more than ANY OTHER AFRICAN NATION HERE!
This is a full time job staying up on the news here & I am exhausted from it. Sad Sad world we live in. I had to edited the original story and this reply typing to fast today as I have been up early reading news articles to post tomorrow.
Thank you for reading this is hard work for one person but I love it, Better than the BBC Africa news I think plus I speak with people living in the country to confirm what I read.