While Seleka gains control over the capital of Bangui, the Central African Republic is in urgent need of sustenance. After months where over 173,000 people have become internally displaced the mass of refugees have risen to 37,000 since the start of rebellion in December. The United Nations announced that the people have searched for refuge North of the Democratic Republic of Congo, others to Chad and Cameroon.
As the controversial elected official and ex General François Bozizé failed to come to agreement after the peace deal collapsed, the country urgently needs composure while the President has fled after the summit. The Central African Republic is steadily losing support after South African President Jacob Zuma decided to withdraw his troops after 13 South African Peacemakers were killed trying to gain the battle for the Capital, Bangui.
Throughout all the calamty for the fight for rights the rebel leader of Salaka and self proclaimed president Michel Djotodia claims control of the transitional government and has appointed Nicolas Tiangayaye as Prime Minister.
While the interim leader eyes a path to democracy in the near future, we hope that it is not a repeat cycle of the coup that took place a decade ago. As of Right now the Central African Republic needs urgent feed as food is scarce and African leaders refuse to accept Djotodia’s role as self proclaimed leader.