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SPLA-IO Captures Nordeng in Nasir

SPLA-IO during a training session in Pagak headquarters(Photo: file)
SPLA-IO during a training session in Pagak headquarters(Photo: file)

Jan 23, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Latest reports from Nasir, South Sudan, confirmed that Salva Kiir’s loyal forces have lost Nordeng to SPLA-IO after a 25 minutes fighting.

According to Dukhan Jundit, the SPLM/A-IO Secretary of information and communication for Sobat state, their forces captured Nordeang on Sunday morning at around 3:30Am.

“Our gallant splm/a IO have captured Nordeng from Salva kiir  on Sunday after Kiir forces attempted to raid cattles at grassing area in Toaloari ,Kewar Cointy.” Said Dukhan.

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“The clashes took place at 3:30 pm and lasted for 25 minutes” He continued.

The Secretary of Information, who spoke from Mandeng Headquarters, alleged that more than 100 soldiers on government side were killed at dawn by the rebels forcing others to flee the town.

“Our splm/a -IO have killed more than 100 kiir mayardit soldiers at nordeng  and 29 other at Nyingore valley opposite to UNMISS base in Nasir county and other drown in Sobat river.” Dukhan said.

Dukhan continued saying the “SPLM/A-IO captured heavy weapons from Salva kiir forces in good condition.”

The loyal forces captured Nordeang on May 1st 2016 from SPLA-IO following an intensive battle for control of Nasir.

While some government soldiers were flown to Nordeang by air, others crossed Sobat River at will. According to rebels, this did not happen on Sunday morning, the defeated troops were forced into Sobat river where most of them drown or shot at by the rebels.

Although the rebels claim that they were attacked by government troops who used Nordeang as their launching pad, Dukhan believes that only two white armies from Cie-Lang of Greater Ulang Counties were killed and two others injured.

Due to poor network in Nassir, Nyamilepedia was not able to independently verify casualties and other loses.

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7 comments

Thomas Wakow Yak Lual January 23, 2017 at 9:21 am

Congratulations to our well train White Army and our IO forces for completing the wrong mission of Taban Deng with his general Gathoth Gatkouth. We are not going to be blames by no one , since they are the very people who started that . Even if we are lost twice from our side and their side is not the matter , because our young men and other Nuer young men , they chosen to be in wrong side . Let congratulates our all force for job done in Nordeng and Nasir Central is the matter of time , we are going to get the rid of them. God is in our side thanks White Army and IO .

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GatNor January 23, 2017 at 10:33 pm

Congratulations commorades.

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Sambala Sambala January 23, 2017 at 11:10 pm

They opted to take the road of war, so let it be. Mr. Taban Deng Gai should really review his mind and retrieve from betraying his fellow Nuer for the sake of money

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Sambala Sambala January 23, 2017 at 11:24 pm

War can not move us forward but oppression can not give us option of chosing peace until all of us accept to share this country fairly

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john yoal chuol January 24, 2017 at 12:29 am

well done”gaatkiir| time has come for nuer to breathe freely and the stranger are ready to go

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thorow January 24, 2017 at 7:37 am

well done sobat people and congratulation this land is belong to all of gatkiir not belong to gathoth gatkouth. continue to protect big state under Dr riek machar and gathoth will know that strong are there in sobat

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riek January 24, 2017 at 7:40 am

well done sobat people and congratulation this land is belong to all of gatkiir not belong to gathoth gatkouth. continue to protect big state under Dr riek machar and gathoth will know that strong are there in sobat

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