Sobat State Calls For Immediate Release of SPLM IO Media Secretariate Arrested By Agents of Nation Security service.

39 troops of SPLM/SPLA arrived in Juba as part of the implementation of security arrangement (Photo/supplied)

39 troops of SPLM/SPLA arrived in Juba as part of the implementation of security arrangement (Photo/supplie)

April 12, 2016(Nyamilepedia)—-Today, Tuesday at 11: 20, Juba local time, a number of 16 members of the Advance Team of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement In Opposition (SPLM-IO) to Juba, have been arrested by South Sudan National Security Service (NISS).

The arrest occurred when they were disseminating to the public at Jebel Suburb in Juba, the announcement of the arrival of 1st Lt. Gen. Alfred Ladu Gore, Deputy Chairman of the SPLM-IO to Juba.

SPLM-IO Advance Team in Juba started its campaign for the arrival of Gen. Gore since Friday 7,calling on the public to turn out in welcoming their hero.

Eyewitnesses said, the team was badly beaten up by an angry crowd of NISS personal riding on two Land-cruiser pickups mounted with heavy automatic machine guns.

NISS associates, according to eyewitnesses, suddenly appeared in front of the announcers and decided to block their way in front of passers-by in Jebel Suburb.

The detained SPLM-IO members of Advance Team include those of Information and Artists, Youth League and Protocol National Committees at the Advance Team.

The senior NISS official admitted their responsibility of arrest to Gen. Taban Deng Gai, Chief Negotiator and Head Advance Team to Juba.

SPLM-IO thus condemn in the strongest terms possible the illegal arrest of its members by NISS and called on the government to immediately take action swift against the perpetrators without delay.

Meanwhile, we reiterate our full commitment to the peace agreement we signed with the government and we express our adherence to the implementation of the provisions of the agreement.

Below is the list of names of SPLM-IO detained members:

  1.  Lam John Kwai
  2. Sirir Gabriel Yai
  3. William Peter Oyath
  4. Choul Lual Wij Nyoun
  5.  Koun Choul Gatluak
  6.  Ramkiel Choul Thok
  7.  John Gwij Dak
  8.  Oja Emmanuel Lupai
  9.  Moses Ajang Akuin
  10.  Kuku Viola
  11.  Manyoun Gwek Biliu
  12. Passqua
  13.  Louny Bil Lout
  14.  Angyth Myka Madit
  15.  Lewis Peter Jumma

Meanwhile, I deplored the missing name of our member, as we are still tirelessly working to update the public on the full name of no 12 in the list.

At the same time, trying to fine the exact name of the SPLM-IO member, we believe is missing, so that the total number of members under detention comes to 16.

The leadership of the SPLA/M in Opposition is calling on the Goverment of South Sudan to Immediately release the detained members with out delays we do not want our members in the jail.

Sudan People Liberation Movement /Army in Opposition has also  call on JMEC,IGAD TRIOKA and UN Security Council to intervene in this serious violation.

This press release was issued by the Secretary of Information Sobat State, Kech Nguth. He can be reached at kechnguth@rocketmail.com, Mandeng, Sobat State.


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6 comments

  • Bol Gatjang

    Dear God

    May you please forgive us of our sins and heal this nation with decay dreadful situation. Please protect those individuals who wanted to be crashed by powerful evil. May rebuking the adversary in this land who took away millions lives every single day. Safeguards your son Alfred Lado who has no intention of hurting any body but embracing peace in South Sudan. Released those who had been chuckled in order to eroded their freedom by our government. Please free us from this elusive anguish conditions among ourselves, we are one person.

  • chol y

    I’m not ready for peace Riek Machar must die. I’m waiting to blow his useless head off .

    Chol Agut-Nuer.

  • Don’t behave like rebels any more when you are in Juba.This is not the Ethiopia which you turned to be the jungles of rebellion.

    • Bol Gatjang

      You are so much despicable in your statement, Akhot, please condoning is better than pride. You seem well educated and I expect you to advise those warlords who thoughts murdering is only way. Nuer are merciful and forgiving people, please don’t keep exterminate your people. Dr. Riek it never being a bad person in South Sudan since he never get a chance to lead this nation. Majority have criticized him without knowing how much he might do for improving infrastructure and security of the country. But I what do know when you think you are failures,you hate other to whom need displays your own characteristics traits.

      • Bol Gatjang

        I mean what I do know, when you think you are failures, you may come up with strategies to keep people who notice what you doing far way. This is the same cases for Dinka as tribe with so segregation to others 63 tribes around in South Sudan. If it’s not merely true, Why all South Sudanese people detest or hate Dinka? It’s because they tried to applied or use fear to shut up those are critical of misleading the country. Their only accomplishment is to scramble over USD$ to became wealthy and run foreign countries whereby they bought houses and leave country in dire situation. These people the world should take careful looks on their behavior in South Sudan. I would rather vote for UN take over South Sudan more than Dinka.

  • Kill most of them because they are worthless. Sharks and Hyenas are back.