BREAKING: South Sudan Army Chief-Turned-Rebel “In Talks With LRA of Joseph Kony”
April 15th, 2018(Nyamilepedia) —– Speaking in Tenseness state of the United States of America, South Sudan’s acting ambassador to Washington, Amb. Gordon Buay Malek, alleges that South Sudan’s Former Chief of General Staff of the SPLA, Gen. Paul Malong Awan, has established links with the Lord Resistance Army of General Joseph Kony in Central Africa Republic.
“We have information that he wants to join naath Joseph Kony, he is talking to Joseph Kony now to go and work with the LRA around Central Africa Republic as a way to get to Bhar el Ghazal, right now”
Kenyan Government Asks Gen. Paul Malong To Leave Their County within 72 Hours
Amb. Buay claims that the army chief turned rebel has refused to talk to Dinka elders in Nairobi, Kenya, saying that he wants to die on the run like Gen. George Athor who met his controversial death in Kampala, Uganda, a few years ago.
Malong Given 72 Hours To Leave Kenya
Amb. Buay has learned that Kenyan authorities have presented a serious warning to Gen. Malong calling on him to vacate their country within 72 hours.
“Umbari, he was summoned by the Kenyan government and he was given 72 hours to leave Kenya”
“The Kenyans told him look, we are part of East African community and South Sudan is a member of the East African Community and the constitution of the East African community has made it clear that no rebel movement can be hosted by any country against a member of the East African Community” Buay Malek said.
Buay went on to claim that the Kenyan authorities told Gen. Malong that they are members of IGAD and their intention is to maintain their position in the IGAD-Led Peace process, and therefore he must leave their country within 72 hours – a report Nyamilepedia could not independently varied.
Malong began his defection after he was removed from his position as the Chief of the General of the SPLA in May 2017, however, Malong returned to the capital with hopes to resolve his differences with President Kiir and his inner circle.
Between May 2017 and December 2017, Malong was put under a house arrest in the capital Juba and was only dispatched in January 2018 to Nairobi, Kenya, on medical ground.