South Sudan Opposition Movements Alliance would like to inform its supporters at large, regional and international community as well as the media houses that several SSOMA-Leadership Council meetings were held on the 31st October, 7th and the 14th of November 2020 whereby the leaders resolved to call for reunification of SSOMA and express readiness to engage with South Sudan National Democratic Alliance (SSNDA) for SSOMA to reunite
as that will contribute to the unity of the people of South Sudan as well as strengthen the chances to address the root causes of the conflict in South Sudan.
In pursuance of the articles of The Hague Declaration of Principles, which was signed on 30th August, 2019 by SSUF/A;R-SPLM; and SSNDA; and given the recent developments during the last Rome Talks facilitated by the Community of Sant’ Egidio, that saw the Alliance negotiating separately, the SSOMA-LC has taken the initiative to engage the leadership of SSSNDA to reconsider its position in the interest of unity of SSOMA.
SSOMA-LC believes in the spirit of comradeship and working together as a strong united Alliance, which is the best way forward to achieving a lasting peace for the people of South Sudan.
Therefore, SSOMA- LC (SSUF/A and R-SPLM) opens its doors to welcome back SSOMA (SSNDA) to reconcile and unite as per The Hague Declaration of Principles.
SSOMA-LC is waiting for a positive response from SSNDA leadership to resume and continue cooperation for the sole purpose of achieving just peace and to rescue South Sudan form the latent disintegration.
_______________________ Gen. Paa’gan Amum Okiech Leader of the R-SPLM
and Member of SSOMA-Leadership Council
_______________________ Gen. Paul Malong Awan, Chairman & C-in-C of SSUF/A and Member of SSOMA-Leadership Council