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“Let it not be an empty talk”, Dr. Lam Akol tells Kuol Manyang and Daniel Awet

March 22, 2021(Nyamilepedia) — Responding to the recent controversy over how the states of affairs of South Sudan have been handled, the chairman of the National Democratic Movement, Dr. Lam Akol, calls on Gen. Kuol Manyang, Daniel Awet Akot and other senior politicians on the government side to follow up their statements to their logical conclusions.
Dr. Lam Akol meeting Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa, months after fleeing Juba, South Sudan(Photo credit: file)
Dr. Lam Akol meeting Salva Kiir in Addis Ababa, months after fleeing Juba, South Sudan(Photo credit: file)

In an exclusive interview with Nyamilepedia, Dr. Lam Akol reiterated that what Gen. Kuol Manyang said was nothing new but what the oppositions have been saying since 2009.

“Well, there is nothing new they have said. We have said this since 2009 and we have been called names and we have been fought by all means. So there is nothing new they are saying, however, it is better late than never” Dr. Lam told Nyamilepedia.

“Now they have spoken their minds, let them follow their believes through, either through their party or through the government, let them follow. Let it not be an empty talk”

According to Dr. Lam Akol, the government did not fail yesterday but since 2009; however, those in the government never wanted to admit that the government has failed.

“The statement that he said that they have failed, they have failed the country, they have failed the people of South Sudan, there are no programs, there are no clear message, they are just repeating what the people we have fought against been doing, we have said all these since 2009 when we established the SPLM-DC” Dr. Lam said.

“But now that they have said it, it is better late than never. Let them pursue what they have said to its logical conclusion” He continued.

According to Dr. Lam, if Gen. Kuol Manyang, Daniel Awet Akot and others are convinced, then the politicians should return to the drawing board to discuss how to chart the country forward.

“If they are persuaded, if they are now convinced about what we have been saying all along, then we should sit together and discuss, how do we chart the way forward or the future of the country” Dr. Lam said.

Dr. Lam appreciates the gesture from the senior politicians on the other side but would want to see more readiness in order for the leaders to come together to discuss how to resolve the crises and chart the country forward.

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Ghol Bol March 22, 2021 at 12:37 am

“Let it not be an empty talk, Dr. Lam Akol tells Kuol Manyang and Daniel Awet”

*Mr. Lam Akol, Riek Machar, Uyai Deng Ajak, Aduok Nyabe, Pagan Amuom, Rebecca Nyandeng, her ugly son, Majak Agot,Thomas Cirillo and their bunch of secret societies, their UN, sleazy NGOs, their cloned so-called arabs of North Sudan, Abeshas (so-called ethiopians), their Bantuses and some of their creeps in between have step on wrong people’s feet—-us, the Mounyjiengs/Jaangs/Jenges/Dinkas/Jenges.

Put pressure, put pressure, put pressure on South Sudan and the South Sudanese people, and the so-called ANFRICAN UNITY and REGIONAL INTEGRATION is going to HAPPEN here in South Sudan.

Good luck, dreaming is not a crime. That is not going to happen under the sun or even in million years.

Watch this space.

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