JUBA – A group of five prominent members of the opposition South Sudan United Front/Army under General Paul Malong Awan has resigned from the rebel movement citing poor leadership.
The group that include SSUF/A spokesman and information secretary Nyamach Nyang Chuol and General Philip Okout, the deputy chief of General Staff for Military Moral Orientation said they were resigning from the group over poor management of the movement.
“….we regret to inform your esteemed office that the following members have resigned from membership and posts in South Sudan United Front/Army with immediate effect,” reads a statement directed to General Malong.
“Due to poor management of the movement, the aforementioned group have [has] collectively decided to resign and give a chance to the spoilers of SSUF/A,” the statement adds.
Those who resigned include the group’s secretary of agriculture and food security Janyang Gatjiath Thoan, General Kawai Babuoth, Owar Odolla, and Tong Akon.