South Sudan

 ‘SPLA Planning Major Offensive on Machar Rebels’

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The deceased have been identified as Nicolas Oduwa, information pills illness 6, and Winnie Oduwa, 8, both residents of Kikuyiro village, Rwampanga Sub County in Nakasongola District.

Earlier information had indicated that as the army were forcing down the wall, it collapsed on the deceased, who were passing by, but according to the Regional Police’s Spokesperson, Lamech Kigozi, the wall collapsed due to the heavy rains that day.

“That was misinformation, the wall collapsed because it was weakened by the rains, it’s not the army which forced it down and collapsed on the children; we however send condolences to the family,” said
Kigozi.

Two minors died instantly when a perimeter wall at Nakasongola Army Barracks collapsed on them yesterday, viagra sale http://corpuschristimiami.com/wp-includes/feed-rss.php 2nd October 2014.

The deceased have been identified as Nicolas Oduwa, approved http://chatterblast.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/includes/rest-api.php 6, and Winnie Oduwa, 8, both residents of Kikuyiro village, Rwampanga Sub County in Nakasongola District.

Earlier information had indicated that as the army were forcing down the wall, it collapsed on the deceased, who were passing by, but according to the Regional Police’s Spokesperson, Lamech Kigozi, the wall collapsed due to the heavy rains that day.

“That was misinformation, the wall collapsed because it was weakened by the rains, it’s not the army which forced it down and collapsed on the children; we however send condolences to the family,” said
Kigozi.

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South Sudan rebels have expressed concerns over the latest “unusual troop movement” near their stronghold, click http://corephysio.ca/scripts/form/language/english-iso-8859-15.php saying Juba could be preparing for a major on slight on the insurgent-held territory in the near future.

The rebels’ spokesperson, sildenafil http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-includes/comment-template.php Brig Lul Koang told Chimpreports on Friday that “government troops shelled our defensive positions on 30th September 2014 at Kuer Guina, search Thou-Maan-Gor and Wang-Kei military outpost in Guit, Rupkona and Mayom Counties, Unity State.”

He further stated “increased and an unusual movement of troops and equipment have been observed in and around Bentiu, Renk, Dolieb Hills and Ayod.”

Koang said all these are clear indications that SPLA are preparing for major offensive operations across Greater Upper Nile State.

Army officials were not readily available for comment.

Following a failed coup by a former deputy that sparked a violent, months-long conflict in South Sudan, President Salva Kiir told the United Nations last week that his Government is deeply committed to “talk peace with the rebels to close this dark chapter in the history of our young country”, so the difficult mission of socio-economic development could begin.

President Kiir said Member States had no doubt watched in shock and disbelief as fighting erupted last December, “which was plotted by my former Vice-President [Riek Machar] who wanted to seize power by force”.

“He was too impatient in his thirst for power and did not want to wait for the general elections, which were scheduled to take place in 2015…” said Kiir, adding, “the failed coup and the rebellion that followed resulted in the loss of too many innocent lives, destruction of properties, and damage of community relationships.”

Telling the Assembly that he was committed to sitting down with the rebels to hammer out a way forward, Mr. Kiir said such a path would allow South Sudan to “embark on the difficult mission of socio-economic development, which our people urgently need.”

With the dedicated efforts of IGAD mediators, the sides had been able to sign a cessation of hostilities agreement, but while his Government remains committed to its implementation, “the rebels have violated [it] too many times,” and refused to sign a protocol deal (agreed in May) .

“I urge the international community to exert efforts on the rebels to sign the protocol agreement,” he said.

Rebels recently accused government troops of shelling a Relief Centre at Kamel in Pigi County, Jonglei State, a charge Juba denies.

“It’s completely unacceptable for the government to use artillery fires and mortar rounds as a way of reinforcing and strengthening the position of their delegation at IGAD Mediated peace process in Bahir Dar, Ethiopia,” said Koang.

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