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August 11, 2016 (JUBA) – A senior official of the Agwelek forces loyal to General Johnson Olony has warned members of the Agwelek and Collo community to disassociate themselves from their members who have joined the government of the newly appointed South Sudan’s First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai.

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Former rebel leader Johnson Olony speaks to the press upon arrival at Juba international airport on 13 June 2013 (ST)

Major General Jukino Fidel Jikanyo, governor of Fashoda state under the leadership of the chairman of the opposition faction of the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM-IO), said the political and military leaderships of Agwelek have remained loyal to Machar.

“I, Maj. Gen. Jukino Fidel Jikanyo, SPLM-IO governor of Fashoda State do hereby inform the SPLM-IO members worldwide, and the Collo Community in Particular, that we are still under the leadership of Dr. Riek Machar Teny, the FVP of South Sudan, Chairman and C-in-C of SPLM/A IO,” he said in a press statement extended to Sudan Tribune on Thursday.

The disassociated members, he said, include 1) Gabriel Thukoj Deng, who was appointed as minister by Taban Deng, 2) Ambrose Akwoch Ayang, 3) Jackline Joel Jago, 4) Samuel John Chol Ayiik, 5) Catherine Peter Laa, 6) William Ezekiel Kujo, 7) Athiyeb Okich Ajak, 8) Daniel Odok Deng, 9) John Odhong Adiang, 10) Paulino Obach Lual.

He said the Agwelek leadership did not send anybody to Juba to take part in the government formed by Gai.

(ST)

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  • 12 August 2016 04:32, by Hardlinner

    Fashoda state?. Io stop complaining about 28 states since the have their 21 states in place. Rather the should talk on reforming 28 states. Specially east, west nile, and Lo states. The rest are fine to my perspective.

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    • 12 August 2016 05:27, by Deng II

      Agwelek must understand that, any person collaborates with serial killer Riek Machar will an alienates all Dinkans support. An imagine, anyone with no support from Dinka, it’s a guarantee loses even if you fight for million years.

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      • 12 August 2016 05:48, by Akook

        Deng 11,
        Who appointed u spokesman of Dinkas? And how did you arrive to conclusion that all Dinkas support this tragic death marauding Salva Kiir’s regime?
        Please stop using our Dinkas in matters of shame. Dinkas are known for good things like John Garang did NOT failures such as Salva Kiir.

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        • 12 August 2016 07:10, by Deng II

          Akook
          Any one Dinka that against Dinka when Dinka survival on the line, he/she will be useless like those commanders of Dinka who are at odds with Dinka lead movement from 1991-2002 when Dinka survival was in critical condition. Machar is not kidding, if get he power, he can exterminate Dinka.

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          • 12 August 2016 07:34, by Deng II

            Akook
            "Garang didn’t failed" but Riek did rebelled against Garang, so how can you support someone who known to rebel to any body,regardless whether you doing good things or not? Someone who cares for him self.

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            • 12 August 2016 07:49, by Deng II

              I don’t support Kiir lead corruption governments. I dislikes this most corrupted government but never wishes to change the governmen to Riek Machar, the serial killer. Riek can never be an alternative.

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      • 12 August 2016 06:43, by Shadrack Nuer Machut

        Rebels are really confused! Who’s a rebel to disown gov’t officials? Incapacitation cann’t be covered by media propaganda! It’s just a childish behavor, calling urself IO governor of Fashoda. Time is soon approaching for crazy elements that cause instability & failure of our beloved RSS.

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        • 12 August 2016 07:07, by Akook

          Shadrack Nuer, It is all about who is in charge. If I ask you as you try to dismiss them as rebels, where are your so called government’s appointed governors of Greater Upper Nile? Where are these government appointees operating right now, Juba or Not? Why are they not going to their respective states to work? Because SPLM-IO control these areas. And you are here shamelessly trying to dismiss them

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