DRC: Tony Blair team advises Kinshasa on complex Inga mega-project


Issue 437 - 29 Apr 2021 | 3 minute read

Even before the ministerial portfolios in prime minister Jean-Michel Sama Lukonde’s new government were finalised on 12 April, President Félix Tshisekedi had picked the advisers to work on key dossiers with the presidency and ministers. The UK-based Tony Blair Institute (TBI) is among those advising the presidency, with a focus on the Inga dam mega-project, which remains as elusive as ever, while apparently even more candidates line up to develop the Congo river resource.

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