Diaspora

Juba Massacre’s 2nd anniversary commemoration postponed in Canada and USA

USA – The commemoration marking the second anniversary of Nuer Massacre in Juba has been postponed to a later date by South Sudanese both in US and Canada due to lack of sufficient venue to conduct the event as most venues (public event sites) get occupied ahead of Chrismas events.

In addition, sources have also indicated lack of morale from the supporters and sympathizers of the SPLM/A-IO as the SPLM-IO Chapter in US is “doing not more than sleeping” which has led to incomplete arrangement of the event ahead of time

Wangdunkon Media previously and mistakenly included US and Canada in the list of those Countries which concluded the event. However, the latest information have it that the event is postponed and not concluded as reported before.

In Canada, it’s been indicated that each state will marks their own event in their states. However, in USA the event will be commemorated in Nebraska, located almost in the center of USA, by all the participants in USA.

Wangdunkon Media couldn’t get in contact with the people concerns both in Canada and USA for more information. We will avail more updates on this as we find out.

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