DR Congo's Kabila the Son, the Father, and Now the Holy Ghost?

After nearly four months of being sworn in, and still without a Cabinet president Tshisekedi named a Kabila ally, Prof Sylvestre Ilunkamba Ilunga, as prime minister. Effectively, Joseph  Kabila is still in charge. The country has therefore moved from the rule of Kabila the Father, to Kabila the Son, and now to Kabila the "Holy" Spirit, writes Charles Onyango-Obbo for The East African.

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Joseph Kabila and Félix Antoine Tshisekedi.

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