Has the election campaign season kicked off already in DR Congo?
Possibly, if this video is anything to go by.
What looks like it could be a political campaign video for the Democratic Republic of Congo's President Joseph Kabila is circulating on social media.
Using catchy music and a slogan, the video created by governing party members praises President Kabila for pacifying the country, developing infrastructure and the economy, among other perceived accomplishments.
It describes him as being "indispensable for Congo".
"We wanted to pay homage to a young man like us," Adam Chalwe, a party official and youth coordinator for the presidential majority, told the BBC.
Mr Kabila was 29 when he became president in 2001.
"He has accomplished a number of things and we wanted to thank him for everything he has done - there will be more to come," Mr Chalwe added.
Posters showing Kabila as a presidential candidate have also appeared in the capital Kinshasa, drawing criticism from opposition leaders.
President Kabila's mandate expired in December 2016 having reached the constitutional limit of two terms in office.
Since then elections have been repeatedly delayed.
A constitutional clause has allowed him to stay in power until the elections - which are now scheduled for December 2018.
In recent weeks, rumours have been spreading about whether he will seek to extend his tenure.