The leading Democratic Republic of Congo opposition leader Moise Katumbi has spent this week in the United States capital, Washington D.C, meeting high ranking officials in the Donald Trump government.
Katumbi is in the United States to discuss matters of peace and prosperity for the DRC.
According to an official USA announcement, the popular opposition leader met the Assistant of Secretary of State Affairs Elizabeth Fitzsimmons, Assistant Secretary for U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of African Affairs Tibor Nagy and Dr. Peter J Pham, who is the US diplomat designated to the Great Lakes Region.
After the meeting, Tibor state; “Constructive discussion today with Moïse Katumbi, President of the Ensemble Coalition in the DRC, on what matters most – peace and prosperity for the Congolese people.”
Katumbi, who was blocked from contesting the 2018 presidential elections, is back in the DRC and now heads the major opposition party – Ensemble Of the Republic.