The President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi, offered a dinner to his friends in the Belgian district on Saturday, August 10 evening, at the presidential site of N'sele municipality.

This is indeed the «Bana membre» of the Congolese diaspora who are in the Congolese capital where they came to support one of them became today, President of the Republic.

According to Jennifer Lotolito, Félix Antoine Tshisekedi Tshilombo is pride for them, but the fight is colossal and, to do so, a structure was set up by this Congolese community of Belgium.

Ms. Jennifer Lotolito explained the role of this structure whose mission will first be to give a good image of the DRC to Congolese abroad and make them want to return to their country of origin. Secondly, it will be a question of proposing projects in all the fields and of putting to the services of the other countries the expertise acquired in Belgium. This will be the bridge between the ground floor and the outside world.

Know also that «les amis de Bella » not only have the financial support and lobbying to offer, there is also the culture that also occupies an important place. Some valuable goods were offered to the presidential couple for the occasion.

For his part, the President of the Republic considers the democratic and peaceful alternation as a political turn that engages on the way of development. He expects to make this country one of the world's great powers. And the rampart to reach this word is the love of Congo, our beautiful country and Congolese.

Félix-Antoine Tshisekedi has therefore invited his Congolese friends from Belgium to return to Congo, even if they have another nationality and despite the political discord that divides us.

The Head of State pointed out to his interlocutors, he has no magic stick or magic solutions, but the Congolese must know that what happened through this alternation is the first stone that has been asked for a Congo that must move forward.

And, to believe the Head of State, we have one thing in common and that, whatever the political differences is that "we love this country". Even if we have changed nationality, our concern is to return to the homeland.

He added that he will fight to reconcile the Congolese with themselves and make the Congolese understand what his mentor, his leader Etienne Tshisekedi Wa Mulumba, had taught him.