DR Congo elections: Fayulu calls for peaceful resistance

DRC 2018 presidential candidate Martin Fayulu urged supporters to embrace 'peaceful resistance' at a rally in Kinshasa.

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    The Democratic Republic of the Congo's main opposition leader, Martin Fayulu, is urging supporters to embrace what he calls "peaceful resistance".

    He believes rival candidate Felix Tshisekedi colluded with former President Joseph Kabila to steal December's election.

     

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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