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Breaking News: Government Forces Attack the Rebels Position in Panyijar County-Tayer Port.

Government Barge station in Melut port after  the fierce fighting between Agwelek forces and Government forces. (Photo Credit)
Government Barge station in Melut port after the fierce fighting between Agwelek forces and Government forces. (Photo Credit)

August 27, 2015 (Nyamilepedia)—The rebels position in Unity state, Panyijar county came under deadly attack from the government forces after one day of signing the long awaited peace backed by international and regional leaders. The Governor of Unity State Hon. Ruai Kuol Jal who spoke to Nyamilepedia press team this evening.

Kuol said their defensive position in Panyijar’s Tayer port came under surprise attack this evening from the forces of Salva Kiir.

“Our defensive position came under surprise attack from government forces today, but our forces are continuing fighting them up to now”. Governor Ruai told our press team who managed to talked to him.

Governor Ruai said government forces attack their positions in two directions. “They attack us through the main route of Nile River and on land too”. He said.

When asked by Nyamilepedia Press team of who is in control of the area, Governor Ruai said their forces are still fighting the government forces. He said it is early to conclude as the fighting still ongoing.

” The fighting still ongoing, I can’t tell you who won or who lost at this time” Governor Ruai assure our Press Team on phone.

However,  President Salva Kiir Mayardit issued a presidential decree announcing the permanent cease fire deal which will take effect from 29/08/2015.







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Goweng Torbaar August 27, 2015 at 10:35 am

Those thugs from Mathiang Anyor never know that their leader signed peace deal. Please explain to them in Dinka so that they understand because they don’t know any language other then Dinka

GatNor August 27, 2015 at 6:06 pm

Expecting a uneducated idiot to commit to signed agreement that he or she does not understand is like leaving a dog in a house all day and expect the poor animal to not deficate inside. How will Juba regime survive the looming sanctions if it continue giving the world communities the middle finger in defiance.


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