Wearing dark fawn pants, a plaid jacket and a bright yellow tie, Joseph Kabila talked with Nairobi bureau chief Simon Robinson last week in the presidential Marble Palace in Kinshasa. Excerpts from the interview:
On his father's assassination: It's always difficult when you lose a loved one. But after some time you have to look at what that loved one stood for, because it's not enough then to sit down and start crying. It's rather more important to look at the future.
On his father's rule: Human beings are human beings. Being President does...
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