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May 6, 2010 (JUBA) — The Secretary General of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Pagan Amum, has accused the ruling National Congress Party (NCP) of president Omer Hassan Al-Bashir of showing reluctance on conducting the Southern Sudan referendum scheduled to take place early next year.

As part of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement signed in 2005 deal, Southern Sudan is scheduled to hold referendum on January 9, 2011 to determine whether to remain part of the united Sudan or choose their political destiny as new independent nation.

Representatives from both northern and southern ruling parties have already been identified to supervise and monitor arrangements related to the referendum process.

However, formation of the commission responsible for overseeing the referendum process, remains one of the contentious issues.

This slowness in establishing the commission raised concerns within SPLM which pointed fingers at NCP officials accusing them of tactically and deliberately delaying it in order to push back the referendum.

In remarks delivered to the press today in Juba, Amum, expressed his frustration that the elected Southern Sudan parliament may run the referendum process in the South if the NCP continues to hinder the establishment of referendum commission.

"If the National Congress party continues to employ delaying tactics to the conduct of the referendum as scheduled, the elected parliament in southern parliament may hold a referendum without the participation of the NCP," Amum said.

The influential figure within the SPLM political structure further said that some members within the NCP executive organs leadership are hindering the commission’s formation. He is also reported to have ruled out any possibility of presidency coming out with a decision concerning its formation within coming days.

"The NCP is unwilling to hold the referendum as scheduled despite what its leader’s statements to the contrary," Amum said confirming also that SPLM will participate in the upcoming central government.

Political consensuses have been reached between the two parties and that SPLM has agreed to participate in the upcoming government with a representation of 30 per cent, based on a political agreement with the NCP, he explained.

He further told reporters that the SPLM will actively participate in the governments of both Blue Nile and South Kordofan states to help the citizens of the two areas hold popular consultations.

Reacting to Amum’s statement, a senior member of the NCP, identified as Abdel Rahman Al Khalifa, reportedly told UN owned Radio Miraya FM that his party remains committed to holding southern referendum on time.

He is also reported to have stressed that the SPLM cannot take a unilateral decision to hold the referendum and described issuance of such statements as political intentions to blackmail the public and leadership of the two parties from giving attention that would help reach an understanding to settle issues pending discussions.

The SPLM SG also suggested that maintaining Sudan’s is contingent upon the NCP abandoning Islamic law.

"We cannot talk about unity in a system that works [based] on exclusion, inequality and unfair distribution of wealth revenue" he said.

The NCP has vehemently rejected any talk about scrapping the Islamic law at a meeting organized by Cairo late last year.

Amum also criticized remarks by Bashir in which he said that he will hand Sudan to future generations "in a united form".

"Some think they inherited Sudan from their grandfathers but the fact is that the current Sudan was formed after the British".

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  • 7 May 2010 07:58, by Gatwech

    Dear readers,

    I have enjoyed reading a communist unionist Pagan Amum turned into separatist after losing support from the masses.

    He and Oyai Deng Ajak have lost the Shilluk kingdom to SPLM-DC of Dr. Lam Akol.

    Where is the popularity without the native base?

    How could they talk of the whole Sudan when they have not even secured their native bases.

    What a wasteful gambling on the so-called new sudan.

    Well come to the separatist camp and join them in condemning forged unity of Sudan.

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    • 7 May 2010 08:12, by Gatwech

      Don’t waste time with the so-called Shariah law because even if it would be scrapped, the Sout would still vote for separation!

      Even if a southerner were elected as president of the Republic, the South would still vote for separation, etc.

      We don’t settle for cheap and temporary settlements that can be reversed in single morning tomorrow.

      It took Jaafer Nimeiri only one morning wake up to declare Shariah, so what would prevent the same from happening in the future if the South would be once again fooled into so-called changed systems which can be re-introduced tomorrow after referendum.

      It is just naive to believe that if a system is changed in the North then it can remain as such. It is just tactics to lure the South into voting for unity and then the system would be reversed tommorrow.

      Only independence will solve the whole mess between north and south.

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      • 7 May 2010 08:41, by julius mowanga

        Gatwech what the hell you are talking about?Sharia Law?!!!!!!

        The Sharia Law is the Moses Law,if you are realy know the Bible,and Jesus Christ has been asked by the Jewish schoolars whether he is against the Law...which is the Sharia Law according to the Torah..the Old Testament..,he answered them that he came to acomplish the law and not to destroy it...Is it clear that we the christians has to live under such mandate,or we are Roman Nobles IMMUNE FROM THE WRATH OF THE WHOLLY DOCTRINE?????

        WE are the people of South Sudan,we can live under the Islamic Sharia Law once it is NOT enforced in our territorial bounderies,but if you want to gample or earn a high interest business in the North of the Muslim Majority,its up to you to suffer the consequences of your act,but we stay immune from whatever you will encounter in the Islamic North States..

        In the U.S.A there are many states that prohibit the execution penalty in the criminal justice,while there is some who applying it.So,don’t worry about what is going in the North of Sudan,once we are enjoying federal system,and every state is responsiple of its own jurisdiction system.....

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        • 7 May 2010 15:13, by mohammed ali

          Julius,

          Islam doesn’t impose sharia law on non-muslims.Example, if you drink alchol you will not be punished, muslims will be punished.This is fundmental in Islamic sharia law.More-over there are 2-3 millions southerners living in north right now, nobody is imposing Sharia law upon them!

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          • 8 May 2010 03:07, by kalkada

            to

            Mohammed Ali

            you are out of touch, so stop try to write about something that you don’t have knowledge about. Im right now in Khartoum and I have family members who are in jail because of alcohol, 50 lashes and one month in jail. you remember Lobana story, she was sentence with four other ladies from South.

            why is Sharia law in Sudan, we are diversity nation, do you down play on others none muslim? Sudan was a christian nation, and it was the strongest kingdom during that time, untill the Arabs came and brought with them hatred and distruction. can’t you see where are we now? if you support Sharia law, why don’t you move to Saudia arabia, Sudan is land for christian, muslim, and everyboy else.

            I wish Sudan was is still under British rule, we could have been more civilized and mor developed than, we are now.

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          • 10 May 2010 10:58, by Abraham Chol Marial

            Dear Mohammed Ali,
            You better shut up your fucken mouth.
            Southerners who are leaving in Khartoum are suffering on daily whipping or flogging which was to 100 lashes by elected President Omer Hassan Ahmed Al Bashier.I’m student of Law in Juba Unversity in Khartoum wittnesing such strangers behaviours from your Muslims colleagues and therefore the solution is to be independence and we don,t want a system that can be abrogate tomorrow because it is not difficult to aborages.It is only the agreement which is difficulty to make.
            New Republic Of Southern Sudan Oyee,Souhern Sudanese Oyee,SPLA/M oyee

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        • 7 May 2010 15:28, by Padiet Deng Alony

          Hi bro Jullus
          what about sudan as arab country while majority are African?
          Shall we too stay under name like that while we are African.
          Think well no federation whatsoever except separation the final war.

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      • 7 May 2010 14:03, by Marco Nyak

        Gatwesh,

        Sometime I don’t understand you, you seem to be opposing SPLM because of the vision of "New Sudan", but you favor some elements in SPLM like Dr. Machar.

        You really need to get things right, Mr. Pagan is the most outspoken in SPLM and he is the true southern, he might believe in independent South Sudan more then you are.

        Pagan Amum is the next president of South Sudan.

        Marco

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    • 7 May 2010 08:22, by Sala Gai

      Mr. Amum go ahead with the speed of your aim leader and the rest of your importance governance, we didn’t forget the ongoing process since 1983 up to 1991 on the

      ground which brought in differences up to now as stupid politics and idiopathic games which intimidate the rest in the new born country as far as we hope our aim in SPLM/A party will put ahead double effort on what the were looking for as their late leader Dr.John Garang aiming forward is our villainous in South and new Sudan reform which include south cordofar and blue Nile which base on consultation debate after referendum of futile South.

      By Salah Gai

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    • 7 May 2010 08:46, by peter marko

      To Gatwech

      Do you only define a mass support on the basis of a tribal support? For your information, mass support is based on the grass-root movement, not on the narrow ethnical line. Tribal support is not a perquisite for popularity in the world of politics; it is what you do and say with consistency that makes you popular. Get it?

      Nonetheless, who told you that a traitor Lam is more popular among Shuluk than Pagan. Do you have any poll results to back up your claim? Of course not, you just made it up. There is no way in the world a traitor, Lam, being more popular than patriotic leaders like Pagan and Oyai. Dr. TRIATOR, Lam, will be popular among Shuluk if and only if Shuluk people become traitors like him, and you know well that is impossible. Do not you ever read between the lines? How could he, a traitor, got only 7% if he was popular among his tribesmen.

      By the way, hating a patriotic man like Pagan will not get you anywhere. Take this advice from me; do not attack the patriotic leaders, or you will be hated by traitor-haters, whom happen to be the vast majority among the southerners

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      • 8 May 2010 15:22, by Gatwech

        Peter Marko,

        Then what is the difference between "grass-root base" and "native base?"

        This is what I am talking about that Oyai Deng Ajak and Pagan Amum have no grass-root base or native base in Shilluk kingdom.

        Please politicians are elected by their constituences they represent and not depending on others’ constituencies.

        You are a confused man.

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    • 7 May 2010 09:09, by abushama

      Well done Pagan
      it is really good to challange these arabs because the good ones among them are the dead ones only.Challange them and we are after you go a head with your nice understanding about our people.

      SPLM oyeeeeee

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    • 7 May 2010 09:09, by Rev. Saturnino

      Dear Gatwech,

      I was badly provoked in Malakal Friday market. The way an Arab man(trader) reacted to a poor Shillik Boy was completely bad. I really wondered and questioned myself whether the CPA really reach Malakal town.
      Malakal is purely an Arab town, you can hardly see our Great flag hanging around. All writings upto the Ministries in Arabic plus the Bis-Allah-rahaman-Wa-rehim at the top of any official writing. That was too much for me to bear. I told a friend of mine, that if that Munudukuru could be reacting like that to that Shilluk boy in Juba, he would have been killed immediately. Stupid Arabs still insulting us the Junubin? Ah..There is no New Sudan in Malakal. It must be lebarated as soon as possible.

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    • 7 May 2010 21:33, by Bulky

      Gatwech,
      you have nothing to talk about Pagan Amam and Oyai Deng.they are always strong members of the Splm whether they lost or they win and even when things get tough.they will never think of joining Arab like what other traitors did when things were very tough during 21 years of war.some of you took it narrowly that the splm had a plan to unite sudan but the splm knew it in relation to CPA that there shall be referendum where southern sudanse will vote voluntarly either for separation or unity.it is going to be the choice of people not any one`s choice.however,it is not how many times you pronounce the word separation that will qualify you to be separatist.think like a person who have gone to school.

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  • 7 May 2010 08:04, by Gat nyaraan

    Here come Don Quixote(Pagan Amum)
    why does this communist practice the known tactics of communism by making a lot of noise in the media and hurling accuses in all direction. the south knows its right and what to do if the NCP stalled in the issue of referendum the UDi.

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    • 7 May 2010 08:16, by Gatwech

      Gat Nyaraan,

      You are right. Pagan Amum is just trying to make himself look clean in the eyes of the masses in the South.

      He recently rebelled again the PB decision and joined Yasser Aram who boarded a sinking ship of opposition parties in the name of keeping sudan united.

      Now he has come back to pretend that he is not a hyena in sheep’s skin.

      When did we listen to communist unionists? We know who to trust when it comes to self-determination and its referendum leading to independence of the South. Not such political turnovers!!!

      Look at how he trails far behind Dr. Riek Machar in the survey election on Sudantribune to see who can be successor to Salva Kiir.

      Despite having support from his unionists in the North, the so-called son of late Garang and owner of SPLM has been defeated by the man he calls a traitor, but joins his vision in denial.

      Shame!!!

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      • 7 May 2010 08:32, by Sala Gai

        You are right

        Mr. Gatwech

        Dr. Riek Machar is smart of committing crisis to civilian than Mr. Amum because secretary is ever proud of his home land rather than making bad thing to his citizen

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        • 7 May 2010 08:39, by Gatwech

          Do you call self-determination and referendum a crisis created by Dr. Machar?

          You must be a foolish communist unionist.

          Why is Pagan Amum singing about the referendum brought about by Dr. Riek Machar in 1991?

          Pagan Amum is good at insulting others but poor in rich strategic thinking.

          He simply used to rehearse and sing whatever Garang used to say, but has no vision of his own mind.

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          • 7 May 2010 09:34, by Sala Gai

            To: Gatwech

            Your Uncle Dr.Machar and Dr. Akol are known of saving two master at go/ at the same time political and stupidity,logically of having rich like her wife do in Unity which brought in differences in my home land which Ngudeng tell me

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      • 7 May 2010 08:35, by Gat nyaraan

        Gatwech

        Pagan Amum is a trouble maker, reckless , and saying irresponsible statements leading to confusion and disharmonious message in the GOSS. i know he can be an excellence propagandist if it is war time.

        In the upcoming government, he should be accommodated with a post which suits him.

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      • 7 May 2010 21:47, by Bulky

        Gatwech,
        you are only a blind man who cannot see.your statement that Pagan is just trying to make himself look clean in the eyes of the masses in the south have indicated that you are just a primitive and donot know the role of secretary general of the party.
        wake up fools and understand the existing world.

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    • 7 May 2010 08:19, by Pandit

      Gatwech Pagan know hundred percent about peace agreement than you. Pagan is right he don’t want to lies to people of southern sudan like your greedy machar who stated last night that refferredum is likely might take place in December. look at those who are want to rebel against spla are element of pro unity than independent of south sudan. your short vision will not help our people in sudan. change yourself mr Chameleon

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      • 7 May 2010 08:34, by Gatwech

        Ahahahahahaaaaaa.........

        Don’t lie please or may be you don’t know this alcoholic womanizer!

        Pagan Amum is a semi-illiterate singer of what ever Garang said.

        He doesn’t have a single vision of his mind. He just sings what others say.

        Mark my words.

        He can be a good reckless personality when things get to the level of insults, but when things are strategically maneuvered he cannot help.

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        • 7 May 2010 13:57, by sunny

          Gatwech,

          I agree with you brother that Amum is very poor in decision making but lets, appreciate him for this chorus he has sang.

          Sunny.

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  • 7 May 2010 08:15, by solo

    I am from Ethiopia and I wish the best for south soudan people.All the south people must orginize them selves for your future fate.If the people organise no one can stop your future outcome.The arabs, some corrupt leaders in the SPLM,some dictator leaders like Melese zenawi who is the dog of westerners and arabs will trying to geoparadize the wish of the Great soth sudan people.BE UNITED !!!!!!!!!! YOUR TIME IS NOW EACH OF YOU MUST INVOLVE TO THE PROCESES FOR THE BEST OF YOUR FUTUR GENERATION !!!!!!!!!!!!!!GOD BE WITH YOU:

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  • 7 May 2010 08:22, by julius mowanga

    Bro Gatwech; due to the all respect,but you missed the target!!!!!!1

    First of all,the SG of SPLM is well known for fishing in muddy waters,so whatever he utters never reflect the reality behind the scene,because the leadership of SPLM is under questioning.The SPLM SG role is to fuel all sorts of distraction to the masses inorder to cover-up the major issues regionally.This tactics are very old and will never work on these enlighted generation of SouthSudan and the restive of the Sudanese elites.

    NCP and its leader Omer Ahmad Bashitr,are more keen to split Sudan into fractions,once they can keep a grip of the power to emplement their illusive dream of the Jaaleen Arabs Islamic State in Africa.

    So please,my dears,forget about what Mr; Amum and his alikes of nuisance makers utters...it’s vague and meant to advert our attention from a huge issues concerning our dared issues of GOSS and the elections’ scandals....just whatch out the coming days will reveal the utmost of SPLM corruption and disfunctionality, you will see what i refer to.....May Almighty God forbid....Amen

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    • 7 May 2010 08:45, by Gatwech

      Ahahahahahaaaaaa.........

      Don’t lie please or may be you don’t know this alcoholic womanizer!

      Pagan Amum is a semi-illiterate singer of what ever Garang said.

      He doesn’t have a single vision of his mind. He just sings what others say.

      Mark my words.

      He can be a good reckless personality when things get to the level of insults, but when things are strategically maneuvered he cannot help.

      Pagan is a unionist today and tomorrow a separatist and next tomorrow with opposition northern parties, etc. What is this mess?

      My friend, strategic leaders may change geographical positions to reach out from the enemy’s den but they don’t change their visions.

      Dr. Riek Machar’s vision has always been self-determination through referendum leading to independence of the South. He championed it in 1991 and every body has now followed his foot steps even though some follow it in denial. Shame on them as we laugh at them.

      But Pagan is like Garang who was socialist unionist, capitalist unionist, semi-separatist, confederalist, etc until he died in 2005 knowing nothing about what he really wanted to achieve finally.

      Now we are clear that referendum will surely lead us to independence, or else UDI, either way will reach us there.

      Long live the champions of the vision of self-determination!

      Down with chameleons who jump from vision to vision in a confused state of mind.

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      • 7 May 2010 09:36, by maduel Anok

        Get it clear here...

        Being a secretary General of the party , Pagan has a right to talk his mind about the country’s politics.

        What is wrong if he suggests the fate of NCP’s rejecting the political will to implement the referendum law and the formation of the committe which helps oversee the results of the upcoming referendum? if you love your country like iam, what prevents you not to rally behing Amum’s assertions about the future of our country though he sings Garang’s vision for the secular united Sudan.

        Whoever refuses to give credit to the veteran politician like Pagan for his wonderful work done in both the Federal government and the regional government is indeed a naive for that matter. Am not Shilluk by tribe but I do acknowlege his effort in our country’s politics. All the politicans in our government are doing well in the policies for wanting south independent from the north. I don’t know what will unpatriotic and tribal oriented people think about my praising Pagan and southern politicans.

        Please fell free to contact me on madueljames@yahoo.com

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    • 7 May 2010 08:49, by Gat nyaraan

      julius mowanga

      ahahahahahahaha

      that was a good one, we didn’t think of that angle you just highlight. it can be true that pagan is an attack dog, and big mouth for distraction of NCP so that the serious Isues can be discussed quietly. what he said not taken seriously because he is a bubbling head without weighing what he is going to say.

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      • 7 May 2010 09:06, by black man world

        Raik’s politic can not work and will not work with arabs. Who told you arab need good or truth talk? Go learn from Isrealist, and other people who are truelly witnessing Arab activities in their comunities you will learn with your uncle that politic are not written to be truth or otherwise you will never win or by luck. Gatwich just tell me were you there when JOHN GARANG welcome Raik back? Do you know what Raik said to Garang? I think not, becuase your stupid ass act as if Garang was that worse person. How would you let your enemy back if garang was the worse person ever? MAn go get a life and leave Southern sudan alone.

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    • 7 May 2010 09:08, by dengdit

      Gatwech and likes.
      your hatred of SG Pagan Amum is outragious, but you are barking dogs with a metal chain on your neck. how can you simply playdown a respectful leader who never had or has any evidences of collaboration with Arabs since 1983.
      instead, southerners should be worry of seeing Dr. Machar going to Khartoum unsupervised. how many agreements did Machar signed with Bashir when he defected from the SPLA in 1991 due to leadership greediness. watch out for his next defection!
      Amum deserves his courageous and unshakable work for his nation.
      our confident of seccession of south sudan is more secure in hand of Amum than in Machar and his best mate Lam’s hands.
      i know why you (Gatwech & alikes) hate Hon. Amum; it is because he is the next preferred successor of Mayardit in the future after Mayardit take you to promise land.
      N Dengdit

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    • 7 May 2010 09:34, by Nhiek Chol

      It is hard to believe whatever you said till people around you feel the effect of your decision, for most of you who are in this forum might not be in Southern States or in the North states just enjoying resettlement benefits abroad but just try to preach the living condition of the developing world to the poor under developing nations of Africa. SPLM SG statement could be true because the situation might have force him to do so. you also need to remembered if SPLM was not in this form CPA would have been abrogated by the NCP through all means they seem necessaryv to deal with Southern ruling party but the challenge is that their tactics find SPLM ahead of them by some measurement as their plans are easily discover under fetus.
      what Southerners need to do is to unite so that they have one voice and no one will tamp on their feet if that solidarity is achieved.
      the second things is to forgive those who have been in one way or another wrong the movement during it liberation struggle granted amnesty because in every society you use to have such kind of people but you do not disowned them but advice them not repeated their did. so Pagan as a person should be told where he goes wrong and should be rewarded for any things he did nicely.
      I went to Juba recently for the first time and a colleague of mind who was in then government admitted that this is not Juba of before during their time but a city with new things coming up and other have already been met, this an indication that leadership is struggling to meet the expectation of the months new born African nations not Sharia state.

      Nhiek Chol.

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  • 7 May 2010 08:37, by telfajbago

    Comrade SG,you do not need a glasses to see what is before your eyes,do you? to my humble understanding the NCP is not merely dragging it’s feet to implement the CPA, but is take pragmatic calculated steps to sabotage the agreement.So the big question is, whether the political bureau of SPLM/A is well prepared to dump the plan A and immediately move to plan B. Who can give you your freedom in silver spoon "NOBODY".

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    • 7 May 2010 08:59, by Gatwech

      What?

      Do you place your hope on the so-called Political Bureau?

      Well, they have created the crisis in Jonglei state and Gen. George Athor is kicking asses now. That is what Political Bureau is able to do through demo-crazy process.

      Ahahahahahaaaaaa.........

      I advise Pagan Amum’s lost fans not to lie please or may be you don’t know this alcoholic womanizer inside out!

      Pagan Amum is a semi-illiterate singer of what ever Garang said.

      He doesn’t have a single vision of his mind. He just sings what others say.

      Mark my words.

      He can be a good reckless personality when things get to the level of insults, but when things are strategically maneuvered he cannot help.

      Pagan is a unionist today and tomorrow a separatist and next tomorrow with opposition northern parties, etc. What is this mess?

      My friend, strategic leaders may change geographical positions to reach out from the enemy’s den but they don’t change their visions.

      Dr. Riek Machar’s vision has always been self-determination through referendum leading to independence of the South. He championed it in 1991 and every body has now followed his foot steps even though some follow it in denial. Shame on them as we laugh at them.

      But Pagan is like Garang who was socialist unionist, capitalist unionist, semi-separatist, confederalist, etc until he died in 2005 knowing nothing about what he really wanted to achieve finally.

      Now we are clear that referendum will surely lead us to independence, or else UDI, either way will reach us there.

      Long live the champions of the vision of self-determination!

      Down with chameleons who jump from vision to vision in a confused state of mind.

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