Addis Ababa

Breaking News: Dr. Lam Akol quits TGoNU and his party, DC.  

Addis Ababa – The Chairman of the Democratic for Change Party (DC party) who double as the chairman of the political alliance and a Minister in the TGoNU has quit all his position citing collapse of the agreement and govt failure:

See his full statement bellow:

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  1. What is your vision for the New South Sudan?
    There was a vision when brothers and sisters were together as one family eating from the same plate, drinking from the same pot, sitting around the same firewood to warm themselves and tell stories of the past, protecting one another from the same common enemy who had every kind of guns and logistics to provide his soldiers with their needs at any time and at any place.
    There was a vision, there was a will and there were sons and daughters of South Sudan leading and heading towards our ultimate political destination.
    Unfortunately, something catastrophically occurred in the minds and hearts of those sons and daughters of South Sudan and altered that excellent vision which was agreed upon unanimously by the first comrades, that outstanding vision was meant to end our long era of suffering, our long era of slavery, our long era of oppression, our long era of undermining, our long era of degradation, our long era of second class citizenship status, our long era of marginalization and underdeveloped region. However, with the new vision now, another era of self-destruction, self-demolition, self-sabotage, self-devolution, self-demobilization, self-focus, self-selfish, self-development, self-thinking and self-feedback has started in South Sudan where individual social and communal social group are focusing solely on its interest and doesn’t mind and care about others. And here comes the problem and the disaster in South Sudan whereby the Nuer sons and daughters are being killed, the Dinka sons and daughters are being killed, the Shiluk sons and daughters are being killed, the Fertet sons and daughters are being killed, the Equatorians sons and daughters are being killed and the rest of southern sons and daughters are being killed. This is the soul and the spirit of the new vision of the leaders and politicians in South Sudan. Can we come to our common sense as South Sudanese once again to end this new project of destroying ourselves by ourselves or what do you think?