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South Sudan activists in Diaspora condemned the killing of civilians on Juba-Nimule highway.

KAMPALA -The International Youth for Africa has strongly condemned the killing of civilians along the Juba-Nimule road, and urges the South Sudanese rebels and pro-government to desist from civilians attack.


Ter Manyang Gatwich, an executive director of (IYA), for the South Sudanese base human right organization in Kampala has blamed the rebels for killing four civilians in the ambush of Friday.


However, the rights body has called on the Sudan People Liberation Movement –In Opposition to stop attacking civilian convoy escort.


“IYA condemned in strongest term possible. Those who claimed the responsibility need to be taken to the court. Both SPLM-IG and SPLM-IO committed a lot of human rights abuse this including arbitrary detention, torture, killing, forced and disappears,” he said.


IYA is urging both the government of South Sudan and the rebels allied to former first vice president Riek Machar to sit down and iron out their differences, through peaceful and recommitted to the 2015 August peace agreement.


“A political agreement should be the first to stop the war then follow by the National Dialogue in the context of reconciliation, forgiveness and accountability. The venue, should be two phases a constitutional roundtable to include political parties and main stakeholders, Opposition, Church, youth, women, and community leaders both interior and exterior,” he said. 


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