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SOUTH SUDAN: peace or genocide?


By Richard Moula

President Salva Kiir of South Sudan has once again declared a war of genocide and ethnic cleansing on the small ethnic tribe of Moru in Western Equatoria.

As from 16th September 2015 up to date, Kiir’s forces have been killing civilians (women, children and the elderly) as well as, looting and destroying their property in the entire Amadi state of western Equatoria. Everybody has since then fled their homes to the bushes and yet Kiir’s forces continue to pursue and bombard them with helicopter gunships. Homes are burnt, shops destroyed, dogs, goats and chicken are all killed (almost every living thing).

In the last three days three helicopter gunships have been shooting at random through the villages of Kediba, Wandi, Dosso, Amadi., Mundri, Lui, Lanyi , Buagyi and Jambo killing over 300 civilians and the dead bodies are rotting and smelling throughout the bushes. Many more are yet to be accounted for.

There is clearly abundant evidence that President Kiir is against the recently signed Peace Agreement on South Sudan. If that were not the case why do his forces attack innocent Moru civilians after the declaration of permanent cease fire a couple of weeks ago? The fact is that while Dr. Riek Machar, Kiir’s former rival and now first Vice President designate, is preaching peace in U.S.A., President Kiir is busy annihilating smaller tribes in South Sudan suspected to be supporters of Dr. Machar. Is Kiir normal or has he run amok because of his miserable intellectual defeat at the negotiating table in Addis Ababa on 17/8/2015 when he had declined to sign the agreement?.

As of now, thirty fully armed Lorries are expected to converge on Mundri town today coming from three different directions. Twenty trucks are leaving from Juba to Rokon. While at Rokon, ten trucks will branch and pass through Minga, Kediba, Dosso, Amadi and then to Mundri. The other ten will continue straight and pass through Jambo, Buagyi, Lanyi, Lui and also end at Mundri. The third lot of ten trucks will start from Mvolo in the North and pass through Yeri, Mbara, Gulu and finally join the rest in Mundri. The plan is that when the thirty trucks gather in Mundri, they will then draw the sand model for the total annihilation and clansing of the entire Moru tribe. Indeed the war now is in full swing in Equatoria.

IGAD plus needs to take urgent and tougher measures against the genocidal government of President Kiir before he wipes out smaller tribes like the Moru from South Sudan. We appeal to the international community to take swift action instead of issuing threats.

Dr. Richard K. Mulla is a MP representing Mundri Constituency (Currently in Nairobi)

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  • 7 October 2015 14:39, by Akol Liai Mager

    I hope that the CPA2 is implemented one way or another, but Riek Machar must be left with South Sudanese voters to deal away with from politics altogether comes the ballot day.

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    • 7 October 2015 14:50, by Reuben

      Dinka must pause and think of tomorrow. This total inhuman and must be stop immediate.

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  • 7 October 2015 15:51, by Akuma

    Richard Moula,

    Telling lies will not earn you anything but to tarnish you as a stupid Dr/Lawyer aka MP. How come Moru are wipe out when some Moru are celebrating in Juba for the creation of their state Amadi. Be a doctor of thinker then joining clubs of fool Drs of Riek & Lam Akol.

    For your information, you are no longer MP but a rebel

    Don’t risk the life of innocent Moru as they are innocent

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    • 8 October 2015 10:52, by Redeemer

      Dear Readers
      Don’t blame Dr.Mulla the way he wrote the article is the normal way of using the community to get the position you desire

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    • 9 October 2015 19:12, by lino

      Hahaha! Akuma, who tells you that South Sudan Government needs thinkers? Otherwise they shouldn’t be listening to JCE and people like you.
      South Sudanese are known of not following any rules and regulation forget about implementation.
      All of you should be called Cowboys instead of Schoolboys.

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