The revolutionary task as promised by the National Salvation Front (NAS) is a huge collective responsibility. Organising and being organised is key in this struggle – and our promise to restore unity and dignity of the people of South Sudan cannot be delayed or allowed to fail. It depends on that.
The more members we have who share the same basic principles and ideas, the more effective we become and the sooner we can liberate the people of South.
But organising is not just about recruiting members or convincing others to pledge their allegiance. It is about getting these members active – it is about being an active player, a voice working, speaking and acting in unison with others in the common interest of all the people of South Sudan.
.. to be continued