Contributor's Nicholas Osobi Opinion


By Nicholas Osobi,

South Sudan villages burned to ashes by the fighting troops(Photo: file)
South Sudan villages burned to ashes by the fighting troops(Photo: file)

April 9, 2017(Nyamilepedia) ——- It is now crystal clear why the genocidal regime of Salva Kiir is still blocking UNMISS and the Media from getting access to Pajok. The regime is trying to clear evident of the massacre although with no apparent success as the scavengers in the skies and the stench of the dead bodies is continuing to rewrite their versions of the story.

The government soldiers per reports, put road blocks on the main roads leading to Pajok and they have warned to shoot at UNMISS convoy if they dare to cross the red line. With such defiance, it is hard to comprehend if the vagabonds are uninformed about UNMISS and its mandates, and are therefore acting out of absolute ignorance, or they have again been misled by their mentally unstable self-proclaimed lawyer/Misinformation minister, Michael Makuei Lueth.

Initially the government forces tried to dump some of the dead bodies into Atepi River, but on realizing that the bodies keep floating on the surface, which is contrary to the objective, they have resorted to burning of the bodies.

At the onset of the massacre, the tribal armies were said to have burnt down several buildings in the town and indiscriminately shot at the innocent civilians (including kids and women) who were trying to run for their lives;

Primary school pupils were forced to lay on the ground in a straight line and were run over by tanks, and crushing them flat;

Some of the primary school girls aged between 11 to 13 years were raped in front of their teacher. The teacher was later murdered by the government soldiers, possibly to conceal evident of their heinous crime.

An old lady in her late 70s couldn’t tolerate the pain of losing her children and grand kids in a blink of an eye. She asked the soldiers to take her life too since those she was depending on have been massacred. Without remorse, the primitive government soldiers decided to cut her limps, and was left to die a painful dead.

Toddlers were thrown in to the river live. The lucky ones had their head swung against the poles and walls before being thrown into the river, at least leaving them dead by the time they have been thrown into the river.

With such atrocities happening at the watch of international bodies, the Equatorians are left with no option but just to blame the nature for creating them in a lawless country and/or, with dinka in the same country.

Two months ago, we warned about looming genocide and we asked civilians to seek refuge in Uganda lest they fall prey to the genocidal regime. It is unfortunate that very few managed to cross over to Uganda but our position still hasn’t changed. We still strongly ask everyone to leave immediately because there’s no government in south sudan. What we have is “A TRIBAL NETWORK, HEADED BY A FRUSTRATED HIV POSITIVE DRUNKARD (SALVA KIIR) WHO MASQUERADES AS PRESIDENT OF THE COUNTRY”. Your life is God given and don’t let them take it away from you.

Nicholas Osobi is a Revolutionary Columnist, he can be reached at nicholas.osobi@columnist.com

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1 comment

BincoAfrica April 9, 2017 at 11:53 pm

But mark you God is watching !!!


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