DRC’s intelligence agency orders audit of interim cabinet spending
A power-sharing government was finally announced on Monday after months of secretive negotiations
Kinshasa — The Democratic Republic of Congo’s intelligence agency ordered an audit of spending by the interim cabinet that oversaw the country for seven months while President Felix Tshisekedi was locked in talks to appoint a new government.
Former opposition leader Tshisekedi, who assumed office in January, is running the world’s biggest cobalt producer in partnership with his predecessor Joseph Kabila, whose supporters control both chambers of parliament. A power-sharing government was finally announced on Monday after months of secretive negotiations...