NAS has rubbished Salva Kiir’s decree to grant amnesty to SSOMA members as ‘political mockery and a PR display’ and has suggested that the dictator could have ‘done better if he pardons the political prisoners who are in [illegally] jailed’ across various ghost-houses in the country.
Monthly Archive: January 2020
With a heavy heart, deep sorrow and grief the leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS) informs the general public, supporters and all units of the tragic loss of the revolutionary freedom fighter, Gen Lukudu Lo Yosea and two of his guards, who got martyred while on active duty striving for their people and country, in a tragic boat accident.
In recognition of his commitment to work for the salvation of the people of South Sudan, Major General Sebit Kong...
Rome Declaration: How Barnaba Marial Benjamin lied about what was discussed
On his return to Juba from Rome where the Rome Declaration between the Juba regime and the South Sudan Opposition Movements (SSOMA) was signed, Barnaba Marial Benjamin bluntly lied at the State House to the media and the general public about what was discussed and signed at the Community of Sant’Egidio in Rome.
National Salvation Front (NAS) chairman and member of the leadership council of South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) has praised a declaration for re-commitment and adherence to a Cessation of Hostilities Agreement of December 2017 by the government of South Sudan.