NAS Chairman Thomas Cirillo issues Easter message of hope and unity via Twitter debut

Under the handle @cirilloSwaka, the Chairman of the National Salvation Front (NAS) took to Twitter to extend Easter greetings infused with messages of hope and unity for the people of South Sudan.

Chairman Cirillo’s inaugural tweet carried the weight of his leadership, as he warmly greeted fellow South Sudanese amidst the Easter festivities. “Fellow South Sudanese, as we enter the Easter Season, I extend my warmest greetings and best wishes to all of you,” his message resonated, offering a beacon of optimism amid challenging times.

However, beyond the customary pleasantries, Chairman Cirillo’s tweet bore a profound call to action, urging unity and solidarity.

“Let us use this time to unite in humanity and strive for peace, justice, freedom, unity, and dignity for our people,” he articulated, echoing the sentiments of Easter—a season synonymous with forgiveness, compassion, and collective purpose.

Amidst the nation’s challenges and hardships, Chairman Thomas Cirillo’s words served as a timely reminder of the inherent resilience of the South Sudanese spirit. “May this Easter be a reminder that we have the power to overcome challenges and create a brighter future for our nation,” he proclaimed, instilling a sense of empowerment and hope among his audience.


The launch of @cirilloSwaka signifies not just Chairman Cirillo’s digital debut but also heralds a fresh platform for dialogue, engagement, and collective action. Through each tweet, Chairman Cirillo aims to foster connections, inspire change, and build a community united in its vision for a better South Sudan.

As Easter approaches, Chairman Cirillo’s message reverberates across digital platforms, resonating with South Sudanese across the nation. With @cirilloSwaka serving as a channel for fostering communication and collaboration, the path towards peace, justice, and unity becomes clearer—a path illuminated by the spirit of Easter and the unwavering resolve of its people.

Note: This tweet marks the first from the @cirilloSwaka account, symbolizing a new era of engagement and advocacy. 



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