Tagged: Human Rights

SSOMA urges warring communities in WES to embrace dialogue

After weeks of ongoing communal violence in Western Equatoria State (WES) between the Azande and Balanda communities that has resulted in numerous deaths and the displacement of thousands of innocent civilians, the South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) has come out to urge the two feuding communities of Azande and Balanda to embrace dialogue to resolve the issues.

20210612 NAS Vision for an Inclusive Modern South Sudan

20210612 NAS Vision for an Inclusive Modern South Sudan

NAS Vision for an Inclusive Modern South Sudan – The Political Ideology of the National Salvation Front (NAS)

According to the words of the Chairman and Commander-in-Chief, General Thomas Cirillo Swaka in the foreword “…the document is an outcome of strategic analysis of the historical and current political, socio-economic and security situation in South Sudan, the root causes of the protracted ongoing conflict and civil unrest. It offers a roadmap towards building sustainable peace in South Sudan”.

NAS condemns SSPDF’s kidnap and murder of 10-year-old Sunday-school boy, a parish priest, a chief and a local elder

Following the kidnap on Sunday, May 31 2021 of 4 locals from Gumberi village of Lainya Payam in Central Equatoria State (CES) and their subsequent murder in cold blood on Monday, June 1, the Leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS) has yet again voiced its condemnation of the recurring barbaric war crimes by forces under Salva Kiir against innocent South Sudanese across the country in general and, more recently, specifically against innocent civilians in the Equatorias.

20210603 NAS Latest Press Release on kidnap and killing of 10-year-old Sunday-school boy, a parish priest, a chief and a local elder

20210603 NAS Latest Press Release on kidnap and killing of 10-year-old Sunday-school boy, a parish priest, a chief and a local elder

Following the kidnap on Sunday, May 31 2021 of 4 locals from Gumberi village of Lainya Payam in Central Equatoria State (CES) and their subsequent murder in cold blood on Monday, June 1, the Leadership of the National Salvation Front (NAS) has yet again voiced its condemnation of the recurring barbaric war crimes by forces under Salva Kiir against innocent South Sudanese across the country in general and, more recently, specifically against innocent civilians in the Equatorias.