Breaking News: Ambassador warns Students in Kampala to keep away from Rebels

South Sudan Ambassador to Uganda addressing the press in South Sudan Embassy early this year 2014

South Sudan Ambassador to Uganda addressing the press in South Sudan Embassy early this year 2014

July 26th, 2014 (Nyamilepedia) The ambassador of the Republic of South Sudan to Uganda H: E Samuel Luate Lominsuk said those who are supporting the rebels in Uganda MUST be Curse.

The Ambassador made a remark while addressing the South Sudanese Community under the Umbrella of South Sudan Students Union in Uganda on Saturday at Didi world in Kampala. In a huge gathering that gathered purposely to commemorate the 3th anniversary of the Republic of South Sudan in Kampala, the ambassador surprisingly criticizes the Sudan People Liberation Movement in Opposition under the Leadership of Dr Riek Machar Teny, he refers to the opposition as killers and not peacemakers in the new nation.

Ambassador urged South Sudanese Community in Uganda to support the government which he refers as the only elected under the Transitional Constitution of South Sudan in 2011 and he further said any one who talks bad about his government must be look critically and observe with care.

In an interview with Nyamilepedia Editorial Team on the ground Lominsuk said Democracy cannot be look using AK47 rather than following democratic principles which are paramount in the constitution.

In the same interview, he further narrated how the agreement between South Sudan government and Uganda government came in to force before the crisis happened  last year in December 2013. He acknowledged that, the killings happened when the government was not aware of what was going on.

Lominsuk concluded that, what happened in Juba was a coup planed by Dr Riek Machar and the people who called themselves political detainees or the third block. Lominsuk asked if it was not coup why there was rebellion in Jonglei, Uppernile and Unity State at the same time.