SPLM Uganda Chapter condemns UN security alert report
By Nema Juma
The Chairman of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) Uganda Chapter Tony Kumbonyeki and fellow citizens in Uganda have strongly condemned the United Nations Security Council [UNSC] report that there was looming and unpredicted war situation within Juba as formation of unity government was nearing.
On the 5th November the report from UNSC was alerting its workers to move with their Identity cards wherever they go because there is unpredictable war within Juba as people approach the formation of the new government.
The report says the NGOs staff were also advised to stock food and water for ten days as they are approaching the 12th November.
“Our government under the Leadership of His excellency Salva Kiir is committed in bringing peace together with Dr. Riek Machar and other opposition groups,” Tony said.
He stated that the report was panicking; he described United Nations and other South Sudanese as “enemies of peace”.
“We the people of South Sudan remain committed despite the fabricated report by the United Nations to support our government in its effort to form the Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity and restore peace and stability in our own nation,” Tony said.
He said that the administration of President Salva Kiir is reminding its citizens of their responsibility for the safety and security of the nation.
He added that intervention of the UN in South Sudan peace can cause civil war and more suffering, “this is condemned and cannot be tolerated by the citizens,” Tony said.
“As citizens of south Sudan we will continue offering our commitment to the government and the committed oppositions who are ready to form unity government,” he added