The Grave Reasons Why Dr. Machar Should Not Rush His Arrival in Juba as Roughly Set!
By Kutei Jnr,
April 14, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– Confirmed sources of credible information regarding the government’s conspiracy to ensure successful trapping of Dr. Riek Machar and have him either arrested or murdered instantly have already been completed.
As clearly evidenced by the recent detention of opposition (IO)’s almost 20 media personnel, government’s refusal to allow our citizens to warmly receive the deputy chairman Hon. Alfred Lado from Juba International Airport.
That however, is not all, but just a beginning for the regime to test the waters, the Jieng Council of Elders led government went as far as trying to usurp the rightful responsibilities of Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission (JMEC), opposition’s advanced team and security leadership which now falls under the Deputy Chairman Hon. Alfred Lado Gore, Hon. Taban Deng Gai and Lt. Gen. Koang Chuol Ranley respectively.
The latest move by the regime trying to foil the JMEC programs that could be followed on Dr. Machar’s arrival are a clear signs that something filthy is being cooked right at the other corner of the presidential palace.
The regime after rejecting the President Mogae’s program to facilitate the first meeting between the two principles (Kiir & Machar), the JCE spokesman had this to say “The council resolves that no meeting should be arranged between his Excellency the president of the republic and Riek Machar by a third party. The meeting between the Vice President and the President is a process that is usually handled by the protocol officers,” said Lueth.
“There is nothing that needs the JMEC (Joint Monitoring and Evaluation commission),” he added.
He assured that the state protocol would organize the meeting between the president and his designated first vice president.
He also reminded that even the meetings between President Kiir and his current deputy in government, James Wani Igga, does not need a third party to facilitate it.
“When Wani Igga wants to meet the President, does he need a facilitator?” Lueth asked in a statement broadcasted by the state owned South Sudan Television (SSTV).
The government’s official spokesperson was reacting to a proposal by the chairman of the Joint Monitoring and Evaluation Commission, Festus Mogae, who chairs the body which oversees the implementation of the peace agreement.
To the regime, there is nothing new happening in our country, to them, meeting between Salva and Riek is an ordinary thing, ignoring the fact that these principles’ meeting is the first of its kind, happening in our country. Makuei needs to understand this meeting between the duos, is not an ordinary and certainly needs a third party, it is for this purpose President Festus is in our capital. Mr. Makuei has to be told that his hatred for Dr. Machar and the group from which he hails has to slowdown as the country is nearing to the right path.
My understanding of this may be different from yours but one common sense in this is, this people have a proper plan which they will certainly execute, if not well encountered. It does not need a deep contemplation to know what is conspired by the regime neither does it require psychological analysts.
Dr. Machar on his part should be allowed to wait a little bit to allow for the demilitarization of Juba since the regime is militarizing it instead, opposition forces must first reach their cantonment in Bor and there must opposition forces all around the city, as long as they are confined beyond 25 km outside the capital.
I am in complete concurrent with the opposition’s CoGS, Gen. Simon Gatwech Dual calling for his commander in chief to wait until the above are implemented.
God bless Federal Democratic Republic of Sudan.
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