The youth of civil society was in front of the press on February 18, 2021. They decided to work hand in hand under the new concept “nothing as before”.
This grouping of youth made up of citizen movements and associations, pursues a common objective to defend the interests of young people in the next government of the Sacred Union of the Nation.
Several personalities took early departure for this activity including the special advisor of the Head of State in charge of Youth, Chantal Yelu Mulop and the national deputy, Christelle Vuanga came to support this initiative which they considered commendable.
In his speech, Carbone Beni, coordinator of the Filimbi citizen movement explained the very reason for this merger. For him, working alone will not allow the youth to achieve its goals.
“If everyone does things in their own way, we will have conditioned and limited actions and reactions; we will not have the results we want. We have to work together: citizen movements, opinion leaders, the disabled, the articles. In short, all Congolese youth” he said.
The signing of the youth’s terms of reference and the family photos closed his meeting.
Hugues Mpaka Mutwefa Breloc