- He met nearly 50 representatives of the communities of the provinces of Ituri, North and South Kivu and heads of institutions.
- His visit came as the first batch of Kenyan troops were deployed to DRC to fight M23 rebels in a joint regional operation on Saturday.
A video of former President Uhuru Kenyatta interacting with citizens of the Democratic Republic of Congo has wowed Kenyans.
In the video, a DRC citizen is seen requesting Uhuru for help as he has nowhere to sleep.
"Sina hata mahali ya kulala, hatuna hata baskish, dawa hakuna, vita haiishi," he said.
This is loosely translated to "I don't have anywhere to sleep, no food, no medicine, the fights are not ending."
Uhuru is seen reply to by saying, "Eee, nimeona, nimeona,"
"Yes, I have seen, I have seen."
Another woman, tells her tales of how insecurity has risen in the country.
"Hawa watu wanakatakata watu wetu, tunateseka na watoto, siku tatu sasa hatujakula," she said
"These people are attacking our people, we are suffering with our children, for three days now, we have not eaten."
Uhuru arrived in Kinshasa on Sunday for peace process.
He met nearly 50 representatives of the communities of the provinces of Ituri, North and South Kivu and heads of institutions.
His visit came as the first batch of Kenyan troops were deployed to DRC to fight M23 rebels in a joint regional operation on Saturday.
Chief of the Kenya Defence Forces General Robert Kibochi saw off the team at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport.
Kibochi told the troops to remember their joint mission with other East African Community states to enforce peace.
He urged the officers to obey the law of the land as they are deployed.
"We are known to follow the law wherever we go. Respect the chiefs of defence where you go," Kibochi said.
Kenyans were impressed by his gesture with some praising him for the good deed he is doing DRC to restore peace in Eastern DRC.