Month: January 2017

Lou Nuer White Army killed 150 Murle Cattle raiders at puluuthni Nyirol East County -Bieh State

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[ Bieh State-waat ] Congratulations to our youths who  managed to retrieved back the cattle, raided by militia and the defender said, the attackers were identified as a murle militias being sponsored by the illegitimate government of salva kiir.

therefore, the Lou Nuer White Army, have captured more then, 120 light machine guns including  3 RPG and 6 PKM, then, the youths have confirmed 150 dead body and more wounded from the murle cattle’s raider.

the fighting began on 26 jan,2017 in the morning at cattle camp in puluuthni and finished  in the afternoon.

SPLA-IO Gun down the Government Gunship near Nasir

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aircrashIn the evening of Sunday January 22, 2017, the gallant SPLA-IO forces under Division 3 Commander (CDR) Major General Tut Riik gunned down one of the Juba regime’s military cargo near Nasir. The Juba regime military cargo was carrying enough weapons and ammunitions from Juba to Nasir when the gallant SPLA-IO forces brought down and crashed on the Sobat River.

The military cargo pilot and at least ten other regime soldiers were killed in the crash. Indeed, following the fighting and its demoralising defeat by the gallant SPLA-IO forces at Nordeng, the collapsing Juba regime has been attempting to reinforce and resupply its starving soldiers in Nasir by air.

The ruthless Juba regime has also been trying its level best to expand and exacerbate its brutal and merciless campaign against civilian population in the area. However, the gallant SPLA-IO forces are now in total and complete control of the vicinities of Nasir and have confined the Juba regime soldiers inside Nasir and Wicyardiw with absolutely no access to food and medical attention.

The gallant SPLA-IO forces have also blocked the roads to and from Nasir. In addition, the gallant SPLA-IO forces in and around Nasir and indeed across South Sudan are now professionally capable of bringing down any threat from the air, defend their territories and protect the innocent civilian population from the ruthlessness of the Juba regime solders.

Dear all, I have used soft copy because I have been busy out side the office even the Office seal was not available.

Gambia President Yayah Jammeh is reported to have Accepted to step aside and go to Excle

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President Jammeh Holds Talks With Mauritanian Counterpart
President Jammeh Holds Talks With Mauritanian Counterpart

Yahya Jammeh of the Gambia is reported to have agreed eventually to relinquish power peacefully and go into exile.

According to reports from Banjul which are yet to be independently confirmed, Mr Jammeh agreed to step down  in the interest of peace and stability of the Gambia after a tense closed door meeting with the visiting president of Mauritania, Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz.

Reports added that Mr Jammeh will leave for Mauritania tonight with President Aziz.

It is not clear whether he will settle there permanently or move to another country.

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SPLM -(IO) Youth league Conference in Melbourne Victoria has ended Peacefully

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SPLM-IO YOUTH LEAGUE NATIONAL CONFERENCE IN AUSTRALIA under the theme South Sudanese Youths are for change has finally wrapped up on the Sunday evening in this Melbourne Victoria.

Dear compatriots, citizens of the new nation and comrades in the struggle the SPLM-IO youth league under the leadership of Dr Riek Machar Teny  humbly would like to brief the entire SPLM-IO family/church in all level that Youth leagues has launched a national conference for first time since the establishment of our political branches in Australia.

Before elaborating on some of the important issues discussed or addressed during the event, it is our privilege and honor that Youth league organization in Australia would like to appreciate the present of the SPLM-IO external and foreign affairs chairman Stephen Par Kuol , newly appointed country representative to Australia Mr Peter Ayul and all  the states leaders or representatives who come to participated in this conference.

This has been a tremendous and productive conference so far, delegates were able to pin pointed to the very real political issues affecting not only young people in the South Sudan but also the entire population in the country. The conference has indeed commented that, there is a need for youths rise and to take up the responsibilities regardless of their tribes, languages, gender, and political affiliations and so forth to champion the general interest and the rights of the South Sudanese young people in areas such as socio-economic and political life in new the nation without hesitation.

Having better understand about the root causes of this senseless war, the chairman of external foreign relation of the SPLM-IO under the leadership of Dr Riek Machar Teny Ambassador Stephen Par Kuol argued that, youth should no longer be followers; you must take charge for your future. It is time to call spade a spade and a panga a panga, you must follow party’s policies, objectives, goals and missions that are more beneficial for your future rather than focusing on individual. I am therefore would like to challenge you and to do things which you have never done before, please promote Unity, diversity and patriotism among the Youth South Sudanese in both South Sudan and Diaspora, there is no time to wait you must do it now.

Furthermore due to political willingness for peace settlement by the regime in Juba, delegates agreed and endorsed the need for a regime change; it is our general feeling that the current status quo in South Sudanese system will never determine young men/women’s future. So much mention in this conference, for instance reason identified for change include the state policies under kir and jieng council of elders that brought deaths to vulnerable population, divisions, hatred, tribalism, destruction and most importantly shame to our nation are not going to change if we do not stand up for our rights and the rights of those who cannot do for themselves. Therefore it is time to end this eccentric one race domination through advocacy, let us champion and promote the cause of the South Sudanese fighting because it is a just and meaningful war which aim to eradicate dictatorship in South Sudan. A fight which aim to establish a fairer system for all South Sudanese, a fight that restore law and order, a fight that will promote equality, freedom and justice for all.

VIVA SPLM-IO

VIVA South Sudanese Youths

VIVA DR Riek Machar Teny

This post written by SPLM-IO Youth League Chairman in Melbourne Victoria,  the host of the conference.

Nyan Gatdet Chukuel

You can reach me on: p.nyan2010@hotmail.com.au

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President Salva Kiir banned Humanitarians workers to Operate in Panyijar.

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South Sudan government has banned international non-governmental organizations (NG

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Os) from operating in the rebel-controlled Payinjiar County, according to confidential statement Sudan Tribune has obtained.

South Sudan Nation Security Service, in a letter addressed to 8 international organizations in the area, advised these entities to cease from operating in a territory controlled by forces allied to the former 1st Vice President Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon (PhD).

“You are hereby directed to cancel operations in and around Payinjiar (Ganyliel & Nyuong) from the effect of today 31-12-2016 and all your staff must immediately pullout from the area. All the flights to the foresaid areas are suspended. Also, boats from Juba to Payinjiar or from Payinjiar to Juba via River Nile are banned,” partly reads the statement.

Despite several attacks by pro-government forces to re-take the area from rebels, they have failed after facing fierce resistance from the opposition forces.

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