The Xenopus may be X vestitus the Jacketed Clawed frog, but hard to tell on that pic, and the distribution map isn't really clear for that region, but it does occur around the Rwanda border of DRC.
The Hyperolius looks very similar to the east african version of Hyperolius argus although the paterning is far more broken up, I cannot find anything similar looking though
The one that you said looks like a bird dropping looks like some type of Phrynobatrachus sp
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