Felix Tshisekedi was declared the president of DR Congo, having won 4% more votes than his nearest rival Martin Fayulu, who had the edge in opinion polls. The candidate of outgoing president Joseph Kabila came third
From terror plots to national security threats, political dissenters faced several charges and labels for raising their voice and questioning excessive power
The Election Commission postponed the polling in the eastern region of the country, which is said to be a stronghold of the opposition groups, citing outbreak of Ebola and violence.
According to reports, the government has been purposely delaying the elections since 2016 and relentlessly attacking the opposition’s electoral campaigns