Floss TV was able to interview Presidential Candidate for the natural resource rich, Democratic Republic of Congo, Dr. Noel Tshiani. The two-part interview gave the Presidential Candidate an excellent opportunity to explain the political plight of the DRC. It includes, what he as a financial practical thought leader whose aim and presidential focus is to save his homeland like he has done for so many other countries like Cape Verde Islands and Barbados. The elections were scheduled for December 30, 2028, but with the threat of war, voting machines being burnt and a sudden outbreak of Ebola, the elections may be postponed again.
Take a listen and let’s watch how this election unfolds in a nation filled with diamonds, copper, gold and cobalt (a resource needed to power mobile phones and electric cars.) These resources should make Congo one of the richest countries in the world, but today her people are among the poorest in the world. The DR Congo has been exploited for its wealth since the first Europeans arrived in the 15th Century.
Check out our exclusive interview below.
Part 1 – Interview Dr Noel Tashini Presidential Candidate for Democratic Republic of Congo
Part 2 – Interview Dr Noel Tashini Presidential Candidate for Democratic Republic of Congo
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