NAS appoints members of the Salvation Council – its supreme political organ


The leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS) has named 61 members into its highest political organ – the Salvation Council – just a few days before its fourth anniversary solidifying its prospects as a worthy alternative to the regime in Juba that has run down the country before it even became independent.

The appointment draws all its 61 NAS members from all across South Sudan and comes as recognition of their diligence and commitment to the work for the salvation of the people of South Sudan.

The Chairman and C-in-C of the National Salvation Front (NAS) Gen Thomas Cirillo has congratulated the new appointees and has wished them success in advancing the vision, mission and
objectives of the revolutionary struggle.

After the announcements, several NAS leaders and members have praised the decision calling it a “milestone” and “timely”.

“…this appointment is timely as there are numerous challenges facing the movement that need to be addressed. Courage and Resolve and taking charge of our destiny….wishing you the very best of luck,” said one member.

On his part, the Chairman of the National Committee for Information and Public Relations, Dr Peter Lokarlo congratulated all the members, and extended “bountiful appreciations to the Chairman for the accomplishment of this monumental achievement”. He went on add “We solidly believe that the dawn of salvation of the people of South Sudan is not farfetched.”

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