The institutions of the republic are in place.
For the moment the security forces, the army, are looking for this major. Around a dozen mutineers have already been arrested.
Whatever happens, if there are summits we will be there, provided it takes place after the funeral.
Our forces are ready to fight until all the (invading) forces are out, until our country is free.
[The presence of foreign troops in Congo was] an injustice that has to be solved sooner than later, ... I hope we will be successful this time around.
For the sake of peace, why not.
No more blood must run, ... There is a time for war. There is also a time for peace.
I swear my fidelity to the country, ... and I will respect the constitutionality of the republic, to guarantee its independence and to unite the Congolese people and to unite the entire country and defend its borders.