DR Congo's Catholic Church prays for change with election

Millions across the DRC will vote for a new president in the coming days.

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    Millions across the Democratic Republic of the Congo are expecting to vote in the coming days for a new leader to replace President Joseph Kabila.

    One of the most powerful players in bringing about this election is Congo’s Catholic Church.

     

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Saint Joseph’s church in the capital Kinshasa.


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