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Kiir replaces 35 parliamentary appointees ahead of oath

Juba, South Sudan,

July 04, 2021 – President Salva Kiir has revoked the appointment of 35 parliamentary appointees mostly from the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) ahead of a swearing-in ceremony slated for 9th July 2021.

Kiir replaces 35 parliamentary appointees ahead of oath
President Salva Kiir Mayardit (photo credit: Thomas Trutschel/Photothek via Getty Images)

The revocation was made through a presidential decree Saturday without. The decree did not give reasons for the decision. SPLM leadership earlier said the initial list of appointees had left out some parliamentary contenders that deserved to be in the legislature.

At least six appointees from Central Equatoria State including Jennifer Yabu Lasuba, Huda Jennifer, Huda Michael Laila Daudi, Gowan John Elias, Suzy Anthony Juma, Emmanuel Taban Martin, and Diana Richard Wani had their appointments revoked.

In Eastern Equatoria State, Eunice Nakor Paul, Hellen Orasio, Daniel Naroi Lochek, and Pasca Ohisa Oduho also lost their seats just a week away from taking the oath of office.

In the list obtained by Nyamilepedia, seven appointees from the SPLM lost their seats in Jonglei. They are Chol Paul Pawel, Nyang Chol Duor, James Guot Pur, Nyawaraga Martin Nyang, Elizabeth Akuol Chuang, Mary Akech Bior, and Tabitha Nyanchin Kuojo.

Wannabe MPs who suffered the same fate include Suzana Peter Machar in Lakes State, and Peter Lual Lual in Northern Bahr el Ghazal State, all members of the SPLM.

In Warrap State, two appointees, Mary Nyanut Ring Machar and Joseph Garang Maluil were removed.

In Western Bahr-el-Ghazal, Neima Abbas Eldo of SPLM was axed. Maria Nyahok William in the Upper Nile State under SSOA lost her seat.

In Unity State, Mary Paul Ngundeng, Innocent Lazarus Latjor, and Simon Gatluak Pech Dak–SPLM members and Peter Gatkuoth Thot Pakam of SSOA also lost their positions.

In Western Equatoria State, four MPs—Anita David Gamu, Roselyn Samuel Abujohn, Sepura Siapai Richard, and Loto Alibiapai – all SPLM lost their positions.

In Pibor Administrative Area, three appointed MPs got their appointments revoked. They are Lawrence Ibon, Ongeso Cham Ader, and Kengen Jakor Bejo.

In Abyei Administrative Area, Deng Arop Kuol of SPLM was removed.

The axed appointees were replaced in a separate decree by Mr. Kiir. The list is summarized below.

List of the new parliamentary appointees

  1. Bilal Moses Onesmus – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  2. Henry Stephen Tanga – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  3. Thomas Wani Kundu – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  4. Peter Samuel Moga – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  5. Sobur John Mansuk – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  6. Joseph Dilly Lokura – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  7. Lazarus Parmela Farajallah – Central Equatoria (SPLM)
  8. Natire Anne Grace – Eastern Equatoria (SPLM)
  9. Louis Willy Ationg – Eastern Equatoria (SPLM)
  10. Grace Abalang Adiho – Eastern Equatoria (SPLM)
  11. Elisabeth Nyaruach Tap – Jonglei State (SPLM)
  12. Kutin Bayek Din – Jonglei State (SPLM)
  13. David Yien Bilieth – Jonglei State (SPLM)
  14. Mary Nyarieka Lorjok – Jonglei State (SPLM)
  15. Esbola Majok Bangot – Jonglei State (SPLM)
  16. Nyitur Daniel Dhieu – Lakes State (SPLM)
  17. Adhieu Thiet – Northern Bahr el Ghazal (SPLM)
  18. Victoria Adhar Arop – Warrap State (SPLM)
  19. Samuel Duwar Deng – Warrap State (SPLM)
  20. Nadia Mahajub Babiker – Western Bahr el Ghazal (SPLM)
  21. Mary Yol Badeng – Unity State (SPLM)
  22. Nyalok James Thiong – Unity State (SPLM)
  23. Robert Ruai Kuol – Unity State (SPLM)
  24. Nyuon Janguan Loi – Unity State (SPLM)
  25. Saleh Saaid Ukuh – Western Equatoria State (SPLM)
  26. Vosca Martin Enocka – Western Equatoria (SPLM)
  27. Ketura Yola Ambara – Western Equatoria (SPLM)
  28. Elnama Daniel Joseph – Western Equatoria (SPLM)
  29. Lorian Ibon – Pibor Administrative Area (SPLM)
  30. Charles Welo – Pibor Administrative Area (SPLM)
  31. Francis Lokurnyang – Pibor Administrative Area (SPLM)
  32. Ayen Luka Ngor – Warrap National Agenda
  33. Anthony Jervase Yak – Western Bahr el Ghazal National Agenda
  34. Martin Magok Kawai – Unity SSOA
  35. Chuong Wan Rieth Kuol – Jonglei SSOA.

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1 comment

Gol Bol July 4, 2021 at 10:57 pm

“Kiir replaces 35 parliamentary appointees ahead of oath”

Were you low lives not informed that these numbers are often used by ‘secret societies’ to play games. Mr. Salva Kiir can do whatever he chooses to do. Mr. Salva is a staunch catholic boy. He also took up arms when was a tiny boy during the ‘Anya nya and our mighty SPLM/A and he has never joined our enemies’ And that is why the battled SPLM/A still give him a little leeway.

But he is a very heavy political prize. South Sudanese, always rubbed their own noses, fight the external forces and come and face the traitors, thieves, foreign puppets/stooges and secret societies who have sold themselves and their souls to foreign interest groups.

Algorithm is used these days around the world—-Ajabera (Algebra).

There is no single South Sudanese who has never been profiled/doesn’t has a file from the US, the UK, the UN and their sleazy NGOs, our cloned so-called of North Sudan, Abesh (so-called ethiopians) prostitutes, Kenya, Uganda, South Africa, India and UNIMISS..

We are back some of these days with a lot of ‘vengeance’. Data is ‘is the new gold’.

An Indian boy bragged some times ago when I was studying in Canada. I am been screaming all along to let us bombed the UNMISS, the NGOs and everything that is connected to US, the UK, cloned so-called Arabs of North Sudan and Abeshas (so-called ethiopians) prostitutes. They are our enemies. Here in John Garang memorial university. Dr. Mr. Akec at the University of Juba, University Western Bhar El Gazelles, University of Northern Bhar El Gazelles, The University of Upper Nile is always compromised, but always tried to be compromised by all the times.

The so-called *Indian internet from Kenya,Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, South Africa is not secure it has a lot ‘Vulnerabilities’. Our young people just post rubbishes on ‘Facebook, What App, Instagram,Twitter, Tik Tok and all. Their data is being harvested by foreign criminals who don’t give a damn about them, but their data only.

They can use the social media and get away with with.They don’t even know that one of these ‘social media’ is their own babies engineered.


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