By Brig. Gen. Peter Lim Bol
December 16, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Answer to 15 December 2013 of what happened in Juba in the Barrack of tiger battalion I brigadier General Peter Lim Bol’ the commander of division one” where the planning from the Government of South Sudan intended to disarm Nuer soldiers came to exist with the fake coup.
The fake coup was used as propaganda’ misleading publicity that intended to promote the political view point of the incident” which left my soldier no option but acted in self-defense against attack’ we did not fired any bullet. I brigadier General Peter Lim Bol Badeng information you the public (people of South Sudan) there was no such thing call coup happened in Juba on 15 December 2013
Why the on 16 December 2013 soldiers from the Government began to turn their guns on unarmed men, women and children killing civilian in the national capital Juba? And the violence spread from army barracks into the civilian residential areas in Juba and beyond. The crimes the SPLA Juba faction army committed against Nuer inhabitants early this year and those crimes are not acceptable and crimes against humanity and war crimes. The attacks the SPLA instigated against innocent Nuer civilians in South Sudan Juba the capital the SPLA army burn civilians alive, children, elderly women and men disable were not able to escape to UNIMISS CAMPs burned alive. The SPLA soldiers killed every Nuer civilian who attempted to escape. All these reports were confirm and applicable, the events are widespread and systematic intended targeting particular tribe’’ they are not random acts of violence rather than systematic acts which should be investigated
SPLM/A Juba faction is targeting Nuer tribe’’ Why government turn the guns to civilians? we through South Sudan should focus on national issues for the implementation of the (CPA) the goal of independent that was achieved on the 9th July 2011’’ in which focus should be shifted to security, economic and political stabilization at home
Brigadier General Peter Lim Bol Badeng.