When a popular cleric in the Democratic Republic of Congo recently accused ex-President Joseph Kabila of 'crimes' he committed during his tenure, the public took note.
On May 7, the clergyman filed 'a letter of denunciation', or an appeal for censure to the Attorney General at the Constitutional Court in which he lists "10 crimes" with which he charges Joseph Kabila.
Bishop Mukuna, who is the head of the Assembly Christian Church of Kinshas (ACK)and founder of the Patriotic Awakening Movement, says he is "fighting for the country, not for President Félix Tshisekedi."
The country's authorities in the face of Mukuna's multiple attacks on Joseph Kabila, haven't helped to discredit the theory that he is being aided by the system.
Bishop Mukuna's previous media appearances have often been hostile towards Joseph Kabila, whom he asked to "go to exile" or "ask for forgiveness from the Congolese people for destroying their country ".