Weak Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Joseph Kabila has earned a Grasp’s stage as he utilises his rupture from active politics to pursue increased training.
The ex-Head of Remark got the certification from the College of Johannesburg in South Africa after he successfully defended his thesis. A statement from the establishment confirmed that the old DRC President is now a a post-graduate alumnus.
“Sure, he (Kabila) has performed his master’s stage,” acknowledged Prof Tshilidzi Marwala, vice-chancellor of the college.
The affirmation puts an pause to hypothesis in the DRC after Néhémie Mwilanya, Kabila’s old chief of crew, the old Head of Remark used to be defending “a doctoral thesis”.
After verification, it turned out to be a Grasp’s stage in political science on management in the DRC.
“The truth stays that Joseph Kabila has staunch successfully done a Grasp’s programme in Political Science and Global Family, attained through distance learning, over the past 4 years, underneath the supervision of Prof Chris Landsberg”, corrected Mr Mwilanya as he walked inspire on his earlier announcement.
In a short video circulating on social media of Kabila in a room with dons from the College of Johannesburg, he says that his ultimate success is successfully unifying DRC after rising from a cycle of battle.
When Joseph Kabila got right here to vitality in January 26, 2001 after his father Laurent-Désiré Kabila used to be assassinated, DRC used to be divided into three aspects.
In 2003, after lengthy negotiations, the insurgent movements controlling these aspects gave up the insurgent to smash political parties, and Kabila made the old insurgent leaders vice-presidents.
In 2019, Kabila left the highest job after dropping an election, marking the country’s first restful handover of vitality since independence in 1960 when he handed over to unique President Felix Tshisekedi.