Sept 20, 2019(Nyamilepedia) — After rallying religious leaders to his Presidential Palace to pray for peace and forgiveness in Juba, South Sudan, the incumbent president, Salva Kiir Mayardit, said he fears that he may form a Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity comes November 12, 2019.
“Hundreds of Christians joined South Sudanese politicians at the State House on Thursday for a peace and healing prayer event organized by the office of the President under the auspices of South Sudan council of churches to embrace healing and reconciliation a head of the deadline for the formation of the Transitional Government of National Unity as agreed by the Revitalized Peace.” Said the Presidential Press Unit.
“The call for this, peace and healing prayer event comes in effort for religious leaders to seek blessings upon South Sudanese political leaders to commit to healing, reconciliation, and permanent peace.” The Statement reiterates.
Despite the prayers for reconciliations were still ongoing as leaders prayer for president Kiir and his rivals to forgive and work with one another, President Kiir strongly reiterates that he will have to form his government without Machar.
“President Salva Kiir said, if the SPLM IO under Dr. Riek Machar doesn’t want to corporate on the formation of national unity in November, he will go ahead with other political parties’ signatories to the revitalized peace agreement and form the transitional government of national unity.” Said his Spokesman, Ateny Wek Ateny.
It is not clear what provokes President Kiir to doubt the prayers for healing and reconciliations, however, he grieves the past conflict in the presidential palace, J1.
“President Salva Kiir grieved the conflict that erupted at the state House in 2016 and called upon South Sudan council of churches to continue praying for peace and stability to prevail in the country” Said his Press Secretary, Ateny Wek.
Distressed by the controversial messages, many religious leaders stressed that South Sudan politicians could be injected [physically treated] with a “love vaccination” to love one another.
Archbishop of episcopal church of South Sudan, Justin Badi Arama urged South Sudanese politicians to embrace love among themselves, stressing that, if there was a love vaccination, South Sudanese Politicians would have been injected with it, in order for them to love one another.
Meanwhile Archbishop Isaiah Majok Dau, prayed and urged the politicians to commit to the reconciliation and forgiveness as they are due to work together in the next would be formed transitional government of national unity.