Onyoti still legimate chairman of DC Party

The Democratic Change Party (FCP) acting Secratry General has stronly refuted the social media claims about the dismssial of its Chairman Onyoti Adigo Nyikwec.

Speaking to the press yesterday Yeka Peter Hilliary termed the report as bassless since Onyoti Adigo Nyikwec is still the legimate leader of the DC party.

According to Hillary, the news was a false propagation by Andrew Okonyo Ayom which he said it was pusblished in the South Sudan’s Arabic newspaper El Mougif on 18/5/2017.

The acting Secrtary General hitted back at Mark Atem and Andrew Okony saying the “self-claimed” acting Secretary General Andrew Okony Ayom are men “suffering from self isolation”.

Hillary said. “Onyoti Adigo Nyikwec and his deputy Mr. Gideon are the legitimate party leaders of Democratic Change and the public should not accept any false cliams from those who are against the party”.

He said those who claimed the dismisal of Nyikwec are the renegades who were dismissed from the party in violation of the constitution and as such they have no legal ground to talk about DC Party.

“Those of Mark Atem and Andrew Okony were dismissed earlier from the party under article 58.8 subsection (8,9 and 10) and article 8 subsection (1,2,6,7 and 10) and hence can not constitute of lying to the public about removal of Chairman of the party,” the DC party Secrraty General said.

He reitertead that Kornelious Kon and Ismail of Communist Party were just showing their support to Mark Atem and Andrew Okony to please Dr. Lam Akol who proposed them to the leadership of National Alliance saying in reality the national Alliance did not meet as claimed by the two fellows.

He further said that the so-called press release published  in El mougif and Radio Tamazuj  on 18 and 19 May, 2017 by Kornelious Kon was fake and contains no eligibility.

Onyoti Adigo Nyikwec was elected the chairman of the Democatric Change party by the National Leadership Council in its exraordinary convenetion held in Juba last year. However, the former Secretary General Deng Bior and the group absented themselves from the poll process, citing “improver prepartion”.

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