July 31,2014 (Nyamilepedia) – According to the press released seen by Nyamilepedia, Nuer Community of North America (NCNA) has learned that its members have traveled to State of Minnesota U.S.A on the mission the statement regarded as bribery provided by the South Sudan Government’s to the Nuer people in the United State of America.
The NCNA is putting its members at large on highest alert to immediately take action against those individuals who are on the mission of bribery, the President of Nuer Community in North America said Mr. Gatluke Chuol Reat in an statement.
According to the statement, the purpose of the mission is to;
• To distract the mobilization that is taking place among the Nuer and South Sudanese who are going to Washington on August 5 and 6, 2014 in protest against President Salva Kiir going to Washington.
• And, to convince the Nuer people to go to Washington DC in support of regime that they described in their statement as illegal.
Mr. Gatluke Chuol Reat said, Nuer children and the Children of South Sudanese are dying in all ten states of South Sudan yet the Government is giving each of member about $200,000 dollars to play for the lives of South Sudanese children that most of them perished. Mr. Chuol, said, this is not the first time the information, sourced in the National Archives, became public knowledge.
Nuer Community of North America has responded to this insanity acted and urged its members to do all mean to bring these sellout and traitors to the book. It is true that these individuals who are now in State of Minnesota U.S.A are on the mission each has been given live insurance cash money of 200,000 dollars and $50,000 to bribe any money hungers whom they might found within the Nuer community in the U.S.A and Canada Mr. Chuol said.
Chuol stated in the same letter that, the Nuer Community of North America (NCNA) is calling upon its members to be on high alert and do mean to make sure that these traitors made their deeds. NCNA works to promote the well-being of the Nuer people and the well-being of the South Sudanese, as well as their families, communities, and of their tribes, through activism and advocacy.