Tagged: Kiir

Court of public opinion upholds JCE’s guilty verdict, rubbishes futile attempt to dissociate from Kiir and pretend innocence

The verdict is out… JCE remains guilty on all courts

Shortly after the publication their letter entitled ‘Breaking the Silence’, the Jieng Council of Elders (JCE) do not appear to have convinced many as South Sudanese and international observers alike overwhelmingly responded with evidence suggesting the JCE is as guilty as the current regime in the detrimental decisions that have pushed the country to the brink of collapse.

SSOMA suspends participation in Rome cease-fire monitoring Workshop

The South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance (SSOMA) has been suspended with immediate effect its participation in a cease-fire monitoring workshop in Rome, Italy, that was intended to build trust and create a conducive environment between SSOMA and the regime in Juba.

20201110 NAS Latest Press Release On CoHA Violations

20201110 NAS Latest Press Release On CoHA Violations

“…this cowardly attack came at the time when there is on-going CTSAMMV workshop between the Government and South Sudan Opposition Alliance SSOMA in Rome Italy. NAS condemns this uncalled-for attack which shows the intransigent of the regime of Salva Kiir and holds the government responsible for breach of the COHA agreement and the Rome Declaration and any consequences of this cowardly attack.”

15 civilians executed as SSPDF and SPLA-IO continue to commit atrocities

On the run from tyranny inflicted on them by the joint forces of Kiir’s SSPDF and Machar’s SPLA-IO in Central Equatoria, civilians continue to find themselves targets of systematic killings, looting, burning of huts, physical harassment and torture.

“On 31st May 2020, the SPLA IO force under the joint command of Maj. Gen. John Mabiah and Maj. Gen. Moses Lokujo carried out summary execution of fifteen (15) innocent civilians in the villages of Loguni, Panyume Payam, Morobo County in Central Equatoria State,” read a press statement issued today by the spokesman of the National Salvation Front (NAS) Mr Suba Samuel.