South Sudanese need a government that treat its citizens on equal terms
By David Bang Teny
May 31, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Dear all: I am here appealing once again to all concerned citizens of South Sudan to massively join democratic forces of the SPLM/A in Opposition in order to save our country from the bloody hands of Salva Kiir Mayardit. The more some of us are pretending that Mayardit is inroad with rhetoric such as ‘one people, one nation’ bla bla! or that he was legimately elected, the more we shall contue witnessing unharmed civilians lying dead on the streets of Juba, Malakal, Mundri, Rumbek, Yambio, Torit, Bentui, Kuacjok, or Mapel as we all have heard or saw what transpired in Juba on December 15-19, 2013 either in person or on the screens. We must put a stop to this Mayardit’s man-made criss by working hand in hand in pursuit of peace and justice for all.
All the indicators of a failing state are marked and were placed close to our doors by people like Michael Makuei Lueth, Matur Chut Dhol, Simon Kun Puoch and so forth only waiting for presidential decree for posting. It is our collective duty to rise against Mayardit mismanagement of state affairs now or else we risk loosing our sovereignty to United Nations as was the case with other failed nations in the past. We in SPLM/A-IO are the only gateway to steering the ship to its rightful destination after all these atrocities that Mayardit and his circles have committed against humanity on our soul. We therefore, asked you to practice your democratic right to join peoples’ Movement before it is too late.
South Sudan cannot sustained ill-intentioned military life-support that Uganda is providing for long. No. Shame on you Mayardit for insulting South Sudanese intelligence as far as nation building is concerned. Our citizens deserve a government that would treat them on equal terms irregardles of their ethnic identies. Fortunately, ONLY SPLM/A-IO stands this chance of rebuilding our lives, unity and nationhood.
Everything from cattle camps, to universities chancellor positions, from relieving junior military officer to buying tractors, and who knows what is next is done through presidential decrees. Yuck! What is left that they can still called government when there is no money for budget, no money for parliematary activities, no electricity in the national capital, no money for foot soldiers but there is millions of Dollars for mercenaries and back bench sell-outs? Whoa! You people should wake up and join us now!
Another wonder that people are numbed about is to what it is that Mayardit found unique about the likes of James Hoth Mai, Paul Malong Awan, Philip Aguer, Barnaba Marial Benjamin who are actually working against Juba? Take for instant the shooting spree of Malakal on Friday last week by tribally charged soldiers of SPLA Juba. Aguer, out of blue shamelessly said it was a “lie” that SPLA shoot at civilians at the Protection Site of the United Nations. Someone who really worked for that system would call it ‘an isolated incident’ or would use a term that would not add salt to an injury at least to save the image of the state from more damages. Pedhaps Aguer didn’t know that everything was documented technology wise and copied to the United Nation Headquarters in New York, U.S.A but sadly enough, Aguer maintained his tasteless ground that it was just another lie of the world. Were you serious Mr. Aguer?
My brothers and sisters with South Sudan at heart, our country image is badly hurt and that it requires you and me to work hand in hand to restore peaceful co-existence of our diverse societies. In one of my commentaries, I observed that ‘there are people whose understanding of South Sudan as a country extremely complicated unity in diversity’ and for us to turn this dark chapter into a brighter one, you should join democratic forces of the peoples’ Movement for we are fighting to install a government for the people and by the people. Pease contact our Field Operational Commanders in your state and then you will be made an agent of change that you want to see happening in South Sudan. Mayardit must not only be dismantled but also made to account for his actions at the court of law. South Sudanese need a government that treat its citizens on equal terms now!
David Bang Teny
Mass Media Executive Coordinator for Diaspora
You can reach me @ firstname.lastname@example.org or by my cell at (587) 644-1287