By Abraham Wol
Dec 06, 2020(Nyamilepedia) — We would like to inform our patriotic citizens that a group calling itself “Nhial Deng Nhial’s Boys” which consists of youths mainly from Tonj Community are campaigning for installation of Hon. Nhial Deng Nhial as the President of the Republic of South Sudan has embarked on a serious media campaign to mobilize supporters and blackmail fellow Tonj’s sons and daughters who have refused to buy the idea of toppling the democratically elected President.
The group consisting of Clement Deng Akech, Moris Mabior Awikjok, Paul Dhel Gum, Micheal Wetnhialic, Marial Gumke, Mawien Mawien Arou, Dr. Riak Gok Majok, Emmanuel Yol Majhon, Akok Malek Akuien among others is engaged in constant rumor mongering and manufacturing of harmful propagandas on social media platforms. Their intention is to cause social disorder which they could exploit to install Nhial Deng Nhial and Taban Deng Gai as President and Vice President respectively. As we write this letter, the well-paid group has already managed to divide and confuse Tonj Community. Tonj is in social and political tumult like never before.
On Nov 30th, 2020, the group wrote a letter and falsely ascribed it to TSBW (the organization taking care of Greater Tonj’s social and political affairs) to get wider readership. The malicious letter details the group’s evil intentions against the country. To cause distrust and maximum confusion in the government, the narratives in the letter were falsely attributed to H.E James Wani Iga, Hon. Louis Lobong, Gen. Lual Wek Guem, Hon. Martin Elia Lomoro, Brig. Gen. Bona Gong, Gen. Benjamin Bol Mel and many other patriotic sons of this country, the list is too long.
In another attempt to ignite public uproar and disturb relative peace in the country, about two weeks ago, “Nhial Deng Nhial’s Boys” wrote a confusing open letter addressed to the President. Almost all the points the boys touched were laughable. By the way, Dr. Riak Gok Majok is an old man, older than Hon. Nhial, but he prefers to be called Nhial’s boy. The boys described TSBW as a loose organization that has no ownership but went on to list more than 20 names of the organization’s employees with their job titles, insinuating that the boys have seized the loose organization and structured its workforce. The strangest thing in the letter is that the boys did not avail their names, open letters must have signatures and names of people sending them.
To keep everyone in the loop about Hon. Nhial and his boys’ efforts to confuse the country and destroy the president’s strongholds such as Tonj, it must be recalled that President Salva Kiir had promised the Tonj community that the gubernatorial seat of Warrap State would go to Tonj. Tonj expected one of her sons to be appointed by the president. All of a sudden, the president ditched Tonj’s sons and appointed Maj. Gen. Bona Panek Biar from Gogrial. The president would later disclose he changed his mind in last minutes because of pressure from Hon. Nhial Deng Nhial. Nhial himself confessed he did not want the governorship of the state to go to Tonj as that would keep the President popular in the area.
Tonj community was left depressed, blue and faithless after their own son intercepted and diverted Warrap State’s gubernatorial chance to Gogrial in an apparent attempt to uproot the president’s influence in Tonj and also gain a political ground in Gogrial that could help thrust him to the presidential seat. This sparked public uproar in Warrap State as Tonj people felt betrayed and pushed down by their selfish son who has a track record of hijacking Tonj’s opportunities for his personal interests.
Undoubtedly, the long political marginalization of Tonj Community in Warrap State’s politics, perfected by the recent appointment of Bona Panek, compelled the benevolent sons and daughters of Tonj to form TSBW, a well-organized community association which take care of Greater Tonj’s political and social affairs. It is in light of this that TSBW opposes the emerging co-presidency in J1. We overwhelmingly voted for President Salva Kiir as an executive president, not a ceremonial one. No one but him can decide the fate of our community and our country at large.
It is no news that Nhial Deng and his followers are plotting to overthrow the President and takeover the leadership of the country. People are aware of it as it has become an open topic of conversation in public gatherings and on streets. We call upon Nhial Deng Nhial who is trying to slip into the presidential seat by all possible means to wait for the elections. It doesn’t need a rocket scientist to understand the shady politics of Nhial and Taban.
The public is also cognizant of the reacting chemistry between Nhial and rebel leader Paul Malong Awan. Every time Nhial visits Nairobi, he meets with Paul Malong. During peace negotiations in Rome, Nhial and Malong held a lengthy side discussion on the return of Malong to Juba in order to help him(Nhial) to get rid of the president’s allies and subsequently overthrow the president. Their meeting was longer than a forum meeting. This is why Malong tied his return to firing of Obote Mamur, Gen. Akol Koor, Dr. Dhieu
Mathok amongst other loyalists of the president. The operation is dubbed “SPLM Rejuvenation” to blindfold the President.
Given the unrealistic conditions of Gen. Malong to return to Juba, Nhial is frustrated Malong won’t be in the country soon. Therefore, he recently delegated Amb. Bol Wek to go to Nairobi to persuade Gen. Paul Malong to report himself to Juba without conditions or any appropriate agreement. Nhial paid $300,000 for Gen. Malong’s preparation to come to Juba.
The good news is, as Nhial Deng Nhial’s Boys intensify their presidential campaign to unseat Salva Kiir, they face resistance from many people who describe Nhial as a wacko politician and a useless man who neither deliver at the national level nor contribute anything to his community, but who when fired from a government position, run to Europe to devour French fries with lamb chops follow by a few glasses of red wine mixed with tequila, then watches a football match on TV until he falls asleep. The routine continues the following day. Fact: since his election as a national MP in 2010, Nhial never visited his constituency but has visited Europe 13 times. Unlike his father, Nhial doesn’t associate with his people—he eats alone.
The boys’ campaign slogan is “Nhial is not Corrupt”. Also, they call Nhial “The SPLM heavyweight” to totally disregard the President and his sacrifices for this country. Well, TSBW will never let Tonj Community be cannonaded with series of lies. Here is a quick look of some of the untold corruption of Hon. Nhial in the last 6 months:
|S/N||BRIBE||SOURCE||REASON OF BRIBING NHIAL|
|To persuade Salva Kiir to maintain Garang as the Minister of Finance|
|2||$1.5M plus a house worth $1m in Nairobi. The opening of the house was attended by S. Sudan Ambassador||Dr. Chol Deng||To persuade Salva Kiir to maintain Dr. Chol as MD of lucrative Nilepet Corporation|
|3||20 different types of cars parked in hotels||Several
|Several reasons depending on who bribed him with a car|
|4||$500,000 plus two V8 cars||Kur Ajiing||To convince Nhial to release his claimed $750m he needs from the government|
|5||$1.5m||Trinity Energy||To secure the contract of Tharjas oil refinery|
|6||$1.3 plus 15m ssp||Gen. Akol
|To persuade Salva Kiir to maintain Akol as the DG of South Sudan Custom Services|
|7||$350,000||Bol Mel||To be Secure Rumbek-Wau Road Contract|
Ok abe ben yok!
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