NAS condemns atrocities in Mundri’s Minga Payam, calls for humanitarian assistance

In the latest wave of violence to grip the region, villages in Minga Payam, Mundri County, have been ravaged by the ruthless acts of President Salva Kiir’s SSPDF militia.

Reports indicate that numerous villages have been pillaged, with granaries and huts set ablaze and property looted, leaving several villagers displaced, arrested or missing. The aftermath of these heinous acts has resulted in the displacement of around 6000 people, further exacerbating the humanitarian crisis in the area.

In a press released signed by the spokesman Mr. Suba Samuel, The National Salvation Front (NAS) vehemently condemns these barbaric acts perpetrated against innocent civilians. NAS sees these actions as a deliberate strategy by Kiir’s forces to terrorize and disrupt the livelihoods of vulnerable communities, leading to widespread displacement and suffering.



“NAS condemns, in the strongest terms possible, the barbaric acts of Kiir’s regime forces and their [malicious] strategy to attack, displace, kill and loot civilians whenever they get defeated”, read the press release in part.

NAS leadership also called on humanitarian agencies to urgently intervene and provide much-needed assistance to those affected by the violence. NAS believes that swift humanitarian aid is essential to alleviate the suffering of the displaced and provide them with the support they desperately need.

Furthermore, NAS has instructed its forces to take all necessary measures to protect civilians in the region and prevent further attacks on innocent villages. The organization remains committed to defending the rights and safety of all South Sudanese citizens and will continue to advocate for peace and justice in the face of such senseless violence.

As the situation in Minga Payam continues to unfold, NAS stands in solidarity with the affected communities and urges the international community to stand together in condemning these brutal acts of aggression. Only through collective action and unwavering resolve can we hope to bring an end to the cycle of violence and pave the way for a brighter future for all South Sudanese.

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