According to our information, Martin Fayulu should seek members of the United States Congress and the administration of Joe Biden for Washington to closely follow the evolution of the situation of this strategic country of central Africa that is the DRC and contribute to guarantee free and fair elections there in 2023. The United States had played a role key in the outcome of the December 2018 presidential election by supporting the victory of Felix Tshisekedi despite the fact that many irregularities had been denounced, and Fayulu is determined to prevent history from repeating itself.
The American Lobbyist Jeffrey Smith participates in the organization of this trip within the framework of the contract signed with Vanguard Africa, which manages, for 7,000 dollars per month, an “independent, free and fair campaign” in the DRC. His company is a subcontractor for Future Pact, which represents Fayulu for $17,500 monthly until December 2023.
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This tour is a “classic maneuver to position oneself before the elections”, says Joseph Szlavik, and rival lobbyist working for the Tshisekedi government through Scribe Strategies & Advisors. “Tshisekedi wants to remove any questions about the integrity of the last ballot. Meanwhile, Fayulu and his allies are stepping up their efforts to argue that the last election was a “mess” and convince Washington to be on the lookout for any irregularities or efforts to undermine the opposition.
Martin Fayulu will begin his public appearances with an intervention, on September 15, at the African Center of the Atlantic Council, directed by the French Rama Yade, former Secretary of State (in charge of Foreign Affairs, then Sports) of Nicholas Sarkozy. Then the political awareness campaign will begin the 19.