August 22, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — A South Sudanese politician Peter Adrahaman Sule and his comrade Gen. Elias Jada, who went missing one month ago in Uganda are both feared dead.
According to eye witnesses, Adrahaman and Elias were abducted by men in plainclothes in the town of Adjumani in Northern Uganda on 24th of July, 2015.
Although the “men in plainclothes” are yet to be identified, latest insiders reports allege that the South Sudanese politicians were killed under the directives of Gen. Marial Nuor Jok of SPLA Military Intelligent within the South Sudan territory.
“Peter Adrahaman Sule the former Chairman of United Democratic Front (UDF) party and General Elias Jada were confirmed killed by Gen. Marial Nuor Jok of SPLA Military Intelligent.” The insiders’ circulation briefly states.
“The two were captured in Ajamani, Uganda and executed in South Sudan.” it alleged.
Adrahaman was a renowned politician, a lawyer by profession and the chairman of the United Democratic Front party in South Sudan.
Peter went to exile and sought asylum under the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugee(UNHCR) in the neighboring Uganda after falling out with Salva Kiir government.
Despite protests from IGAD, Sule and other opposition party leaders were prevented by the government forces in Juba from traveling to Addis Ababa to attend the peace talks in 2014.
His family call on the United Nations to investigate the matter closely.
Within the last few days, Peter Moi, a journalist was gunned down in Juba while returning home in the evening.
Another civilian identified as Abraham Jalyath Laa from Chollo Ethnic was also assassinated on Thursday evening while returning home in Juba.
In the capital of Western Equatoria, Yambio, the speaker of the state parliament Hon. James Bage Elias was also assassinated by unknown assailant.
The assassination of politicians and journalists is believed to be increasing in South Sudan as frustration of war heightens.
The young country returned to war in December 2013. More than 50 000 poeple are believed dead, over two millions displaced and more than half of less than 12 millions population depends on humanitarian assistance.
Despite the suffering of his people, president Salva Kiir, whose termed expired in July this year, refused to sign a peace agreement that has been signed by all the other stakeholders.