By Nicholas Osobi,
Oct 27, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— The desperation of South Sudan’s sickly tribal president, Salva Kiir has taken a new dimension like never before. After realising that his primitive malnourished tribal recruits cannot sustain the momentum of the gallant revolutionary IO forces, he has again turned to his “Big Brother” president Museveni of Uganda for help.
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Our revolutionary sources from North Uganda’s town, Gulu (Acholiland) confirms that Gulu barrack has received an order to redeploy forces to South Sudan in two weeks’ time, and the combatants participating in this mission will dress in police uniforms. Although the rationale for using police uniform has not been made known, it is believed that Kiir is trying to elude international condemnation for bringing in Ugandan mercenaries again to bolster his tribal forces since his previous similar dealings with Museveni never went unnoticed. This time he is using Police chief, Gen Makur Maruol, to fake cases of abduction of Ugandan nationals by opposition under the leadership of abled and highly educated freedom fighter, Dr. Riek Machar, claiming that his fighters are calling relatives of the abducted Ugandan nationals and asking them for ransoms.
While meeting his Ugandan Counterpart Gen. Kale Kayihura in Uganda’s capital on Saturday, Makur unleashed his glaring kraal propaganda, saying;
“I have learnt that some of the relatives are receiving calls from the abductors demanding for a ransom. We’ll make all the available means to secure the release of the two. It is a joint venture,”
He continued, “If Ugandan police has information give us the telephone numbers of those who are communicating from South Sudan so we try through our intelligence to track those people and find them.”
Of course this kind of allegation can make sense to someone who doesn’t know South Sudan is being governed by lunatics; starting from the president, down to his illiterate team of advisers (JCE);
But to those who know what IO stands for and/or fights for, they would take Makur as a delusional kraal man who is desperately trying to save his breads by all means.
To be precise, IO fighters are not desperate in any way and would not abduct any foriegners for ransoms as being alleged. They are South Sudanese citizens from all walks of life who picked up arms to put an end to the murderous and barbaric regime of Salva Kiir. Some of them are former teachers, business men, farmers, former government soldiers, civil servants etc. Portraying them as bandits, kidnapping foreigners for ransoms only confirms how shallow minded Makur and his bosses are. In fact, Riek Machar’s presidency would benefit not only ordinary south Sudanese, but also President Salva Kiir himself, Michael Makuei Lueth and the JCE team since one of Machar’s priority is to wipe off illiteracy in South Sudan. Information minister Michael Makuei may finally be able to obtain the law degree he has been faking for years if he can persuade his master Kiir to relinquish power and go for his overdue medical trip to Germany.
According to our highly placed sources in Gulu, the order to redeploy forces to South Sudan has been received with resistance in Gulu barrack. A high ranking army officer in Gulu barrack whose name we can’t mention for security reasons reportedly objected to this order, calling it as “foolish thing to do.”
“If Museveni values the lives of his Nyankole soldiers we are not bullet proofs; If the lives of Kiir’s Dinka soldiers are precious then they should stop fighting because we are not naïve to go and kill our own people just to keep some cattle minded leaders in power”.
Said the unnamed high ranking UPDF officer.
I Nicholas Osobi, as a revolutionary columnist, and on behalf of all peace loving south Sudanese, hereby thank the unnamed UPDF officer for resisting the order to redeploy to South Sudan.
North Ugandans and South Sudanese are the same blood. Cattle keepers should not divide them for their selfish intent.
Nicholas Osobi is a Revolutionary Columnist, he can be reached at email@example.com