JUBA – In a move that shook the SPLM-IG, it is now confirmed that Salva Kiir’s regime’s life span is short live. a short while ago, many South Sudanese high ranking officials were confined and allowed not to have any say about the country affairs. Now that the foreseeable tribal agenda has come to the open and speak for itself that it is true that the Republic of South Sudan has been run as a tribal property.
In his own word, Brig. General Kamila Otwari Aleerdo Paul, the person in charge of Logistic Support Brigade SPLA, GHQs, Bilpam, has resigned citing corruption and tribal monopoly under Chief of General Staff Paul Malong Awan and his boss Salva Kiir Mayardit.
“The following are the reasons: mismanagement of public funds to equip and serve only your ethnicity, promotions of your own people depending on the extent loyalty to individuals, in no merit or qualification; a gross violation of the operating laws (SPLA Act 2009) and the national constitution; avoiding the ethics of professionalism, defamation of the SPLA through malpractices such as use of army uniform to display robbery, theft and rape which are not punishable according to you” he stated.
These are many of the disheartening reasons facing the nation at large and shall be dealt with through resignation and stepping up the effort of being vocal about them. The Brig. General Paul concluded his remark that “I am an eye witness, I am sure, it is a high time to disclose your tribal intentions and unmasked your corruption. As for me enough is enough, it is up to the people of South Sudan to be silent or have their say on your regime. As I present my resignation, I am honoured not to be a part of this fascist system ever in the history of the people of South Sudan” he uttered.
South Sudan has been deeply hardest hit by a kleptocratic regime succumbed into tribal manipulation of others, political nepotism/corruption, lack of constitutional understanding and good governance and backward mindset of the crook elites. Stay tune as more resignations are underway.
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