Sudan’s Ex-spy Chief Salah Gosh In Juba To Help Kiir With Espionage
August 08, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— Sudan’s former director of National Security and Intelligence Service (NSIS) General Salah Gosh flew to Juba last week to help South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit with espionage, Nyamilepedia has learned. The coming of Sudan’s ex-spy to South Sudan is to expedite the hunt for South Sudan opposition leader Dr. Riek Machar Teny in the bushes of Central Equatoria State. Dr. Machar was reinstated over the weekend as the country’s First Vice by communiqué of the assembly of heads of state and government of the IGAD-Plus on the situation in South Sudan in a summit held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The same communiqué dismissed illegal nomination of Taban Deng Gai as South Sudan First Vice President.
South Sudan presidential security advisor Tutkew Gatluak hired and hurried his former boss, Salah Gosh, to help Kiir’s government with the techniques to quickly find Machar before the arrival of the proposed regional intervention forces approved by IGAD and AU. Tutkew Gatluak, a fourth grade dropout in Sudan, was stooge of Gosh’s National Security and Intelligence Service against Southern
Sudanese from 1990 until 2011 when South Sudan got its independent. Mr. Tutkew is gifted with strong bribery skills which benefited Khartoum; in 90s he managed to bring to Khartoum Southern Sudanese commanders and politicians to abandon rebellions, among those Southern Sudanese commanders and politicians he heavily sold to Khartoum were Kerubino Kuanyin Bol, Arok Thon Arok, Samuel Arou Bol, and John Kulang Puot. The first two later became signatories to Khartoum Peace Agreement of April 1997. Tutkew is currently helping Taban Deng Gai to destroy SPLM/A-IO faction allied to Riek Machar. Over the weekend, he flew to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia to persuade Riek’s dieheart loyalists such as Stephen Par Kuol, Dobuol Lualwang Wuol and Goi Jooyul Yol, to abandon Dr. Machar but they all terribly turned him down.
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With Salah Gosh by Tutkew’s side in Juba, the SPLM/A-IO under Dr Machar is deemed to fragment, unless energy on the political front from the armed opposition is increased. Mr. Gosh, a prominent retired SAF General who also served as President Bashir’s security advisor, is currently accommodated by the government of South Sudan in Juba’s Srwon Hotel, the same hotel Taban Deng Gai stays. Tutkew is reported to have been frequenting Srwon Hotel day and night. Gosh’s main mission to Juba is to kill SPLM/A-IO through money and espionage; quickly get Machar and buy his loyalists, politicians and generals. He might stay in Juba until Machar is dismantled.