Tension Is High In Juba City To Over Throw President Kiir if He Agrees to Sign Peace with Opposition!
March 5th, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) — According to the latest reports obtained by Nyamilepedia, the government of South Sudan Officials is rifted by the proposed decisions by the Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and International Community to impose sanctions on both sides of the conflict.
In an interview this morning with an insider in Capital Juba, the government of Salva Kiir is divided into two groups; one group is headed by the Chief of General Staff Paul Malong Awan and the other group is headed by President Kiir.
Since on Wednesday 4th night up today Thursday, there is high deployment of troops by Malong Awan in the Capital City as there is heavy deployment near UNMISS Camps in Juba.
According to an insider, Chief of Staff Malong Awan and Dinka Elders are opposing the signing of Peace Agreement in Addis-Ababa, Ethiopia.
On the other hand, President Kiir and some of his Cabinets are of the view to bring peace to South Sudan by agreeing with the term and conditions suggested by Sudan People Liberation Movement – in Opposition.
In the meeting conducted in Pilpham last night around 12:AM-2:AM, Generals are divided over the agenda of Paul Malong Awan to take over the government if President Salva Kiir agrees to work with the opposition.
Meanwhile on other reports investigated by Nyamilepedia, some officers are not happy with the IDPs in the United Nations Mission Camps in South Sudan. In an interview with an insider within SPLA-Juba faction who talked to Nyamilepedia on phone suggest that civilians not to come out since the tension is high in Juba the Capital of South Sudan.