March 12, 2017 (JUBA) - A South Sudanese rebel official has resigned amid accusation that their leader, Riek Machar failed to supply weapons and ammunition to troops operating in the greater Equatoria region.
Col. Nyariji Jermilili Roman, who deputy spokesperson in the office of the armed opposition leader, announced his resignation over the weekend.
Roman is concerned over the performances of the opposition movement.
“It is worth mentioning that, over three years, you intentionally (...)
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