The president of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Félix Tshisekedi, has been getting acclaims from the nation over for what individuals are portraying as a novel demonstration to purportedly shut out defilement.
In an unexpected move by the president, he supposedly required the capture of a cop who had purportedly endeavored accepting kickbacks from the driver of a vehicle he was driving in, unbeknownst to the cop.
As indicated by an unconfirmed report by neighborhood media, mbote.cd, there was surprising traffic on the course the president was utilizing, which was accepted to have been brought about by the cops who were halting vehicles and blackmailing monies from them.
When the vehicle the president was driving in was approaching the checkpoint, the president asked his driver to speed up, waiting to see what would happen. One of the officers then flagged down, ordering the driver to stop for over-speeding.
After a brief interaction, the police officer asked that the driver gave him $10 so that he could let him off. It was at this point that the president stepped out of the vehicle and called for the police officer to be arrested.
With several people already help up in the same traffic, crowds started gathering at the scene, with many hailing the president for such a brilliant way of identifying corrupt officials of the law.
The conversation was extended on social media where many have asked that he extends the same strategy towards his appointees and other public sector workers.