South Sudan Army Chief In Kampala To Acquire More Arsenals
July 07, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— South Sudan army Chief of General Staff Gen. Paul Malong Awan rushed to Kampala to acquire more military arsenals including military fighter jets and military gunships to launch a deadly war of capturing South Sudan armed Opposition leader and Fisrt Vice President Dr. Riek Riek Machar Teny in his Jabel base, a reliable source has leaked the information to Nyamilepedia news desk. President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni surprised Gen. Malong Awan, in what was described as an intense meeting, that though there will be military hardware assistance, UPDF will not fully participate in the new war like in 2013 because Uganda is not prepared to deal with the wrath of the international community.
While Gen. Paul Malong Awan is away, South Sudan Minister of Defense Kuol Manyang Juuk assumed the role of South Sudan army Chief of General Staff and in full command when the rival forces clashed this evening in Gudele area in Juba. The clash between two rival forces has left two soldiers injured from SPLM/A-IO and four dead from South Sudan army, but the number of those killed from the government side is believed to be seven or more. The armed Opposition forces retreated to their base in Jabel Kujur after fully controlled Gudele area.
James Gatdet Dak, official spokesperson in the office of the First Vice President has confirmed the Gudele incident saying the SPLM/A-IO is vigilant for any provocative action by the government. The exchange of gun fire between the rival forces in Gudele last evening lasted for only 10 minutes and situation in Juba remains very tense.
Gudele incident occurred a few days after South Sudan national security intelligent officers killed two SPLM/A-IO intelligent officers in Juba, the culprits of the cowardice killing have not yet been brought to justice even though the SPLM/A-IO Deputy Chief of Staff for Finance and Administration Gen. James Koang Chuol Ranley called for justice to take its course. Lt. Col. George Alexander Gismala and Sgt. Domach Koat Pinyien, both came to Juba as part of SPLM/A-IO Advance Team, were buried in Juba in high emotional procedure, Col. Gismala was accorded 3-gun salute.