Ruai Kuol’s group denies his intention to go to Juba

NPAM Chairman Gen. Ruai Kuol Jal (File photo)

September 8th 2018 (Nyamilepedia) – The National People’s Alliance Movement (NPAM) led by the former SPLM-IO governor of Unity State Gen. Ruai Kuol Jal has denies intention that it’s Chairman and Commander in Chief intends to leave for Juba.

On Thursday and Friday,  social media rumors alleged that the leader of the NPAM, Gen. Ruai Kuol Jal is intending to leave for Juba to join the government of President Salva Kiir Mayardiit.

However, in an exclusive interview with the Nyamilepedia,  the group’s spokesperson Dak Liem Nger denied the speculations and said they were enemies of NPAM wishing his Chairman to join the dictatorship in Juba.

“The Chairman is not going to Juba. We will never join the dictatorship led by Salva Like Mayardiit because we have got an agenda to fight for unfortunately unlike others who may easily abandon the struggle and join Kiir,” he said.

He accused those ‘spreading lies’ against his Chairman as people who have been paid by the regime in Juba to divide the opposition by confusing and looking themselves suspicious of each other.

“Those who are distributing and disseminating such news are those who has been paid by the regime in Juba to divide the opposition and they have no any other intention other than having been paid by Kiir to divide and make us look suspicious to each other,” he said.

NPAM a member of the SSOA 

Dak also revealed to the Nyamilepedia that their group is a part of the South Sudan Opposition Alliance saying they are represented in the group but said they had joined after the other members had signed the charter.

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