May 4, 2010 (AWEIL, Northern Bahr el-Ghazal) – Another serious developing rebellion involving SPLA forces has reportedly occurred in another state. The Southern Sudan’s capital, Juba, on Tuesday woke up with yet another rebellion of SPLA forces in Northern Bahr elGhazal state.
A Brigadier General, who was suspected of supporting the recent move in Jonglei state by General George Athor, and suspected to be under the direct orders of a recently defeated independent gubernatorial candidate, General Dau Aturjong in Northern Bahr el-Ghazal state, is reported to have moved out of site with over one thousand soldiers in the state and their destination is not yet known.
They have not attacked any town or barrack and are said to be loyal to General Dau.
General Dau Aturjong, is also said to have gone to Khartoum.
Security sources also said some other forces under his command have been on the move around the North-South border.
This, if confirmed, will be the second most serious rebellion involving the SPLA forces following the rebellion in Jonglei state by the forces under Gen. George Athor.
More details are expected to emerge.