DR Congo Presidential Elections

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Re: Will DR Congo’s Next President be Tshisekedi, Fayulu or Shadary?

Post by kito » Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:26 am

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Re: Will DR Congo’s Next President be Tshisekedi, Fayulu or Shadary?

Post by kito » Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:27 am

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Re: Will DR Congo’s Next President be Tshisekedi, Fayulu or Shadary?

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Re: Will DR Congo’s Next President be Tshisekedi, Fayulu or Shadary?

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by meridian3 » Mon Dec 31, 2018 10:58 am

kito wrote:
Sat Dec 29, 2018 3:27 am
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What the opinion poll means: (((They))) desperately want Katumbi-backed Fayulu to win, and Kabila-backed Shadari to lose. Therefore, it is logical to assume (((they))) have doubled Fayulu’s real poll numbers, and halved Shadari’s numbers.

The real poll is therefore as follows:

Fayulu: 45/2 = 22.5(23%) & 49/2 = 24.5(25%)

Tshisekedi: 28% & 20%

Shadari: 20*2 = 40% & 18*2 = 36%

True Opinion Poll Numbers

Fayulu: 23% - 25%

Tshisekedi: 20% - 28%

Shadari: 36% - 40%

Will the final results by the Congo electoral commission(Commission Électorale Nationale Indépendante, CENI) reflect these figures?

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by Mbujji » Sat Jan 05, 2019 4:37 am

The government of DR Congo needs to know who they are up against - The all powerful global Deep State. If the winner of the election is different from the Deep State’s candidate, expect total condemnation and threats in (((their))) social media, TVs, newspapers, “human rights” organisations, “civil society” etc.

About the Church declaring that they know who won the election, that’s an outright lie. It is impossible. They should have said their sources/agents think a certain candidate is most likely to win. But given that Deep State has infiltrated more powerful institutions than the church, it is obvious why that statement was made.

Going forward, DRC government needs to learn from Kenya’s situation last year, during a similarly contested election, also with interference from (((them))). The government must be ready to maintain law and order at all costs. That is the responsibility of the government.

NB: CENI must not delay naming the winner by even a single day. Announce the results tomorrow, 6 January 2019 as planned. Not doing so would create unbearable tension in the country.

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DR Congo Presidential Elections

Post by kito » Sun Jan 06, 2019 3:39 am

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