According to Nehemiah Mwilanya Wilondja, the failure of this appeal demonstrates to the satisfaction that the opposition is not able to win the elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
"The ceaseless failure of the LAMUKA political coalition to appeal to the unemployed day of today confirms what some have already known for ages: the Congolese opposition has no legitimacy in the DRC, for lack of credibility , program and autonomy. She cannot win elections in this country. No offense to pharmacies in Geneva and Nairobi who phagocyte, in the best interests clearly identified today, "said the chief of staff of the head of state.
For recall, the coalition of the LAMUKA opposition whose Jean-Pierre Bemba, Moïse Katumbi, Martin Fayulu, Adolphe Muzito and Freddy Matungulu are the principal leaders, had invited the congolese population as a whole to observe an unemployed day on Friday December 28 to protest against the postponement of the elections to Beni, Butembo and Yumbi.
A watchword that was not visibly followed because the population freely attended their daily activities and the socio-economic activities have proceeded normally according to the fact made on the ground by our reporters.