Kenya's Ruto says East African troops will enforce peace in eastern DR Congo

Kenya's President William Ruto says East African troops will enforce peace in eastern DR Congo. The region has been in the grip of an offensive by the M23 armed group and 900 Kenyan soldiers were recently sent to the area. Also in this edition: South Africa's disgraced ex-president Jacob Zuma could return to prison, and we talk to Nigerian climate expert Chukwumerije Okereke, who is the director of the Centre for Climate Change and Development. Finally, our guest Karim Baldé breaks down Senegal's loss against the Netherlands in the World Cup.


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