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SPLM-IO Denied Appointing Madam Angelina.

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Riek Machar -Chairman of SPLM/A in Opposition

(The Bieh Telegraph) —The office of SPLM in opposition’ Chairman Riek Machar Teny Dhurgon (PhD) has dismissed the appointment of Angelina Teny as the movement acting chairman.

In statement extended to Bieh Telegraph, the Press Secretary of Riek Machar Comrade Lam Kuei Lam said the movement has not made and changes and any letter sighting the replacement of the chairman is a wistful thinking from the government agencies.

“This is to inform our SPLM/SPLA IO members , supporters and the entire South Sudanese , that the document being circulated on the social media alleging fake appointment of Cde madam , Angelina Jany Teny , as the deputy Chairman of the people,s movement ( IO) under the leadership of Dr. Riek Machar Teny that the document is fake and untrue” Said Lam Kuei.

The new Mouthpiece strongly refuted the wild propaganda calling upon their respective members , supporters , and all the South Sudanese not to buy the news saying it’s fake information because it is baseless and the main intention behind it is to cost confusion among their members.

Many papers containing the fake signature of Riek Machar had been on the social media for some months since the onset of the conflict and one of the government ambassador to the USA,  Gordon Buay Malek has been identified as the person behind the forgery,  fabrication and defamation of SPLM-IO leaders.

Spokesperson office of the Chairman and commander in chief SPLM / SPLA – IO

Breaking news Paul Malong Arrived at Juba International Airport.

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Lt. Gen. Paul malong Awan reception after his arrival in Yirol

The former chief of military Staff 1St Lt.  General. Paul Malong Awan have just touch down at Juba international airport this afternoon. Malong, left Juba four days after his dismissal from his position sparking fear and anxiety to the civil population in Juba.

However, the government has despatched a group of senior officials who are close friends to Malong convincing him to returned to juba. Malong after three days of resistance have today reluctantly accepted to returned to the south Sudan’s capital Juba.

 

Former Notorious Chief Malong Broke-away after Dismissal

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Gen. Malong Malong Awan
  • (The Bieh Telegraph)—-Today President Salva Kiir Mayardit in decree announce through the state broadcasting cooperation removed his notorious army chief 1st Lieutenant Paul Malong Awan Anei and replace him with  another General who serve as the D/cogs for Admin and Finance.
  • However, the news has not been a good news to many supporters of Malong popularly known as king paul. Malong was seen making telephone calls directing his sub-clan in Mading Awiel to prepared a communal fight against the clan of the President.
Meanwhile, General Malong Awan according to eye witnesses in Juba said they believe He left the town this evening.
“Malong left his house with a pocket of soldiers and he is destine to Bhar el ghazal” said the witness who refuse to tell us his name.
he added that he uses the route to Maridi than to Bhar el gazal.

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South Sudan Students in Zimbabwe Shutdown the Embassy.

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South Sudan Students in Harare who were given scholarship and abandon by Salva Kiir Government have taken control of the South Sudan Embassy in Zimbabwe capital Harare this week.

The students are acting violently because their accommodation, fees and pocket money have not been paid for the last few months by the government of South Sudan.

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UK Troops start engineering work in Malakal POC.

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Kakuma refugees camp

UK Troops start engineering work in Malakal Protection of Civilians Camp
British military engineers have arrived in Malakal to join the United Nations Mission in South Sudan. The UK Engineers have started work to upgrade a culvert on a main supply road that is used by both civilian and UN military personnel to access the Protection of Civilians site. The road had weathered and narrowed dangerously and was mostly unusable during the rainy season due to blocked drainage and flooding.

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Opposition Forces Captured Tonga Town.

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Heavy weapons captured today i9n fighting of Tonga
Heavy weapons captured today i9n fighting of Tonga

According to Agwelek Military Spokesman Major.Gen Nyagwal Ajak Deng he confirmed that today, Thursday 4th May 2017 at 5:am, SPLA -IO  forces recaptured Tonga Town after heavy fighting with Kiir regime forces and they are now chasing regime forces heading to Wac Panyikang West of Tonga Town.

“We captured two Tanks from Enemy forces, number of light weapons and various equipments they couldn’t carry along with them” He added.

Nyagwal said  Juba Tribalist regime forces started their offensive in Manyo County with aimed to capture Kaka and commit their usual crimes of Ethnic cleansing in Chollo kingdom like many atrocities regime militants are committing in other Chollo counties under them now.

However, Maj. General Ajak reitarate that they will continued to fight back in self defense against Tribalist regime forces in order to protect our innocent civilians and their properties all over SPLA-IO controlled territories.

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South Sudan all Political Opposition Parties Issued a Press release

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The heading papers of all the popular parties in opposition ( file by sirir Gabriel)

(The Bieh Telegraph) As genocide unfolds in South Sudan, much of the world looks away. In one of the gravest crimes of the 21st century, President Salva Kiir and his regime are wiping out non-Dinka communities through ethnically targeted massacres in Greater Upper Nile, Equatoria and Western Bahr El Ghazal regions.

The unfolding genocide is a repeat of this same regime’s December 2013 Juba massacres of ethnic Nuer civilians, which resulted in reprehensible reprisal attacks against Dinka civilians in other parts of the country. This chain of events triggered the still on-going civil war that was imposed on the people barely two years after the country gained independence on 9th July 2011.

By definition, genocide is a state-devised plan to annihilate, in whole or in part, minority communities.  Kiir’s regime, with direct participation of the SPLA  army and state-sponsored Mathyiang Anyor militia, are carrying out cold-blooded and calculated executions of community and church leaders, torturing and raping civilians and carrying out other dehumanizing acts. The intention is to violently expel women, children and the elderly from their homes and villages or exterminate them completely.

This odious scourge policy is unprecedented in scale and has serious ramifications for the survival of South Sudan as a country, and peace and security of the region.
As a result of the ongoing massacres by Salva Kiir’s regime, the United Nation reported that 3 million South Sudanese have been uprooted by the violence, resulting in hugely unprecedented displacement of populations from their homes, which is considered to be the biggest cross-border exodus in Africa since the 1994 Rwandan genocide.  In addition, Kiir’s regime’s policy of “actively blocking and preventing aid access and using food as a weapon of war , has engineered widespread regime-made famine in the country.

As this murderous campaign unfolds, the Region and the broader international community, for the most part, has stood by, excused the aggressor and justified the inaction of the world on the intransigence of the perpetrator. This impunity and inaction by the world, which continues under the wrong assumption that such acquiescence will earn the trust and hence entice the cooperation of Juba to behave in a more civilized fashion, has only fueled the genocide.

Emboldened by the sense of no consequences for their actions and transgressions, President Kiir and his regime have gone on rampage killing and destroying the country in total disregard for international law.

A commendable exception to this apparent conspiracy of silence is the honest and accurate assessment by Hon. Priti Patel, British Secretary for International Development who, while in Kampala – Uganda on 12th April 2017, said that “There are massacres taking place, people’s throats are being slit … villages are being burnt out, there’s a scorched-earth policy, … it is tribal, it is absolutely tribal, so on that basis it is genocide.” This frank admission follows similar conclusion reached in the report of Mr. Adama Dieng, the Special Adviser to UN Secretary General on the Prevention of Genocide.

We urge other world leaders to similarly recognize and condemn the genocidal actions of Kiir’s regime; their continued silence and denial only emboldens, encourages and indeed rewards the perpetrators of the crime and punishes their victims. We urge the region and the international community to urgently investigate, document, prosecute and punish the perpetrators of recent genocide in Wanduruba, Yei, Lainya, Pajok and Kajokeji in Equatoria, Wau in Bahr el-Ghazal, and in all of Upper Nile before appropriate courts or tribunals. All such targeted killings anywhere of innocent Dinka or non-Dinka civilians are reprehensible and inexcusable and should be subject to the same due legal process.

The Region and broader international community has a moral and legal obligation to prevent genocide and cooperate in prosecuting the perpetrators. We therefore call upon the AU, the UN Secretary General and the UN Security Council to issue a full, frank, and just acknowledgment of the unfolding genocide as a necessary first step to honor the victims and their families and signal a glimmer of hope for the future.

President Salva Kiir and his regime must be forced to comply and to take full responsibility for their actions and crimes. Only then can a peaceful political process to end this unprecedented and untold suffering begin.

Signed by:
The Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement – In Opposition (SPLM –IO)

 

The Sudan Peoples’ Liberation Movement  – SPLM Leaders (FDs)

 

The National Democratic Movement (NDM)

 

The People’s Democratic Movement (PDM)

 

The South Sudan National Movement for Change (SSNMC)

 

The National Salvation Front (NAS)
For contact and further information:

Email: jointoppositionpressrelease@gmail.com