JUBA – South Sudan’s holdout opposition group, South Sudan United Front, led by General Paul Malong Awan Anei has called on the people of South Sudan to act to help create constitutionalism, according to a statement extended to Sudans Post.
The statement signed by the newly-appointed spokesman of the South Sudan United Chol Duang who is also Malong’s presss secretary said a group of SPLA-IO commanders from Agwelek have joined its rank.
“The leadership and membership of the South Sudan United Front/Army, SSUF/A, would like to congratulate and welcome Lt. Gen. Philip Stephen Dak and 23 other Generals who’ve crossed over to SSUF/A with 768 military officers,” the statement reads in part.
“Gen. Dak and his gallant officers have bravely made a wise move by joining a nationalist’s movement – SSUF/A,” it added.
It further urged the people of South Sudan to act immediately to help create rule of law in the war ravaged country.
“In this statement, South Sudan United Front/Army, therefore, wishes to renew its clarion call to the people of South Sudan to act today in order to introduce constitutionalism, rule of law,respect for human rights and democracy among others,” it added.