Congolese activist Leonard Mulunda says Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) President Joseph Kabila is trying to stall the elections.
Last year, protestors took to the streets against a draft electoral law that would allow Kabila to remain in office beyond the expiration of his constitutionally limited second term.
Several people have died in protests from Kinshasa in the West to Goma in the East over a law that would delay the 2016 presidential election, allowing the incumbent to retain his position beyond his four-year mandate.
Speaking on Morning Live, Mulunda says Kabila is lying to the people and telling them that the country cannot afford to have an election.
He says that Kabila wants third term, but the Constitution does not allow him to have a third term.