NAS has termed the reaction of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Juba to the decision of the United States government recalling its ambassador, as “mediocre and lacking integrity”. 416
On-the-groundOn-the-ground reports reaching NAS information today 15th November suggest Kiir’s militia originating from Panyana have trespassed into Lujulo Payam, Morobo County (Central Equatoria) kidnapping two toddlers and causing many more to pack their belongings and attempt to flee the continuous targeting and harassment of innocent civilians mainly women, children and the elderly.
The Chairperson of the National Committee for Legal Affairs and Human Rights, Justice Kukurlopita Marino Pitia has praised the appointment of a new Director of NAS/Army Military Justice as timely and suitable for the setting up of the right tools for military justice as the movement pursues its revolutionary obligation
“Our people have suffered and have been neglected for far too long. As we continue to struggle to restore the freedom, unity and dignity of our people, let us stand together during these hard times in solidarity and support of our suffering people who have been hit by this natural disaster and have lost access to the little health facilities, feeding centres and some basic services that were being provided to them by the international humanitarian NGOs,”