Commentary: The Fourth Anniversary of the National Salvation Front Movement
A commentary by Dr Peter Lokarlo Ngrimwa, Chairman of the NAS National Committee for Information and Public Relations on the 4th Anniversary of the National Salvation Front Movement
The Fourth Anniversary of the National Salvation Front Movement
Saturday 6th March 2021
By: Dr Peter Lokarlo Ngrimwa
Today, the 4th Anniversary of the National Salvation Front Movement marks another significant milestone (SIGNPOST) in the history of our political movement, the National Salvation Front Movement alternatively Known as the NAS. This is the National Movement formed to champion the cause of the regrettably subjugated people of South Sudan which is carried out by the government of President Kiir and the Jieng Council of Elders. Sadly South Sudanese have always been at the receiving end of extreme injustice intentionally delivered by the current tribal regime in Juba in the country that knows no justice. This is characteristically and unquestionably an absolute police state which is ill-advisedly premised on archaic tribal culture. Since the year 2005, South Sudanese have sadly experienced a sharp decline in all facets and indexes of human life and have practically witnessed and lived under a dismally authoritarian failed tribal state.
On account of these conspicuous wholesale abuses brazenly inflicted on the people of South Sudan, the National Salvation Front Movement was formed to address and repair or refurbish the persistent abnormalities created by the government of South Sudan led by President Salva Kiir alongside his coterie of tribal advisory body, the Jieng Council of Elders. It is worthwhile noting that the JCE is the tribal group sustaining the ethnic cleansing agenda in South Sudan with the intention of building a tribal government in South Sudan.
On this day, the 6th of March 2017, General Thomas Cirillo Swaka a former officer of the Sudanese army and then later a General in South Sudan’s army named the SPLA, decided to form the National Salvation Front Movement that we today commemorate its 4th anniversary. He became the Commander in Chief of the Movement four years ago, courtesy of the South Sudanese who have massively and firmly stood by the Movement in its hour of need.
We on the National Information Committee believe that the people of South Sudan have resolutely reiterated their unflinching position to unwaveringly support the National Salvation Front (NAS) Movement as it is destined to unfetter all South Sudanese from the yoke and manacles of the Juba heinous regime in South Sudan.
Dr Peter Lokarlo Ngrimwa
Chair, National Committee for Information and Public Relations
National Salvation Front (NAS), South Sudan.