By Mbikoyezu Kereakumba Mauricio.
Western Equatoria State
May 29, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — During the liberation movement every South Sudanese hailed SPLM/A Manifesto championed by the Late Dr.Garang de Mabior. After his death South Sudanese threw their unequivocal support behind Salva Kiir because of his firm stand for the independence of South Sudan.
South Sudanese thought he could be a good leader for the new nation,but today the people of South Sudan are terribly confused because of what has been happening in the country. Salva cannot take any decisive decision. It is Malong and Aguer who make decision. In this regard the people of South Sudan don’t know to which direction Salva and his clique are taking the new Republic of South Sudan.
The people of South Sudan are like sheep in chain, each day a butcher comes and take one and butchers it in the presence of the others and the rest remain waiting for their turn to come. Yesterday it was the turn of the Nuer and the Shulluk, today it is the turn of the Moru and tomorrow maybe the Kakwa, and so forth.
The question is: What has tamed the gallant South Sudanese to be fooled by the regime of Salva for so long ? All citizens of South Sudan, take care, the worst time is coming soon. Imagine the Dinka soldiers in Mundri garrison came to drink beer at the Fargusika and when they saw the three soldiers who came from Yambio and Ras Olo they mistook them to be Equatorians and they decided to shoot them under the cover of darkness which they did and killed two and wounded one.
After realizing that they killed their own tribesmen they intended to kill all the county authorities who were Equatorians and that was the cause of the incidence that occurred in Mundri town. Knowing the root cause of the problem and listening to the false statement made by Philip Aguer, one knows very clear that this government is only for the interest of the Dinka and there is no prospect for any peaceful coexistence. South Sudanese people must develop new patriotism to resist this despotic rule.
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