Tiny UDRA Forms Its Leadership 

May 01 2017 (Nyamilepedia) —— A newly emerged United Democratic Republic Alliance (UDRA) has formed the line-up of its leadership, a press statement submitted to Nyamilepedia has revealed.

Dei Tut Weangkhor, Interim Chairman of United Democratic Republic Alliance (UDRA)
Dei Tut Weangkhor, UDRA Secretary for Political Mobilization and UDRA former Chair (Photo/file).

Dr. Gatwech Koang Thich, the former Representative to Djibouti representing South Sudan armed opposition under Riek Machar, is tasked to lead United Democratic Republic Alliance (UDRA). In its hierarchy, Thomas Tut Doap is the interim Secretary General and Dei Tut Weankhor settles for the secretary for political mobilization.

“In its first sitting, the organization nominated its Interim Leadership. Dr. Gatwech Koang Thich was nominated as the Interim Chairman of the UDRA, Mr. ThomasTut Doap was nominated as Interim Secretary General for UDRA and Mr. Dei Tut Weangkhor was nominated as the Interim secretary for Political Mobilization,” reads a one-page statement signed by Dei Tut who described himself as UDRA national secretary for political mobilization and former UDRA Chairman.

It’s not stated whether UDRA has a military presence on the ground and in the same light has not revealed its headquarters of operations, but this newsdesk has learned that the leaders of the new Alliance, with the exception of the interim chairman who lives in the undisclosed country in Africa, the rest currently reside in the United States of America.

Although the leadership has not reflected the South Sudanese diversity, the organization’s secretary for political mobilization states that his Alliance will work with the like-minded South Sudanese people in order to return South Sudan to peace. The newly established organization appeals to the world to stop the war and return the war factions to the peace negotiation.

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