By Hon. Jal Nger Gai
OPINION – Many agreements were dishonored by South Sudan’s illegitimate President Salva Kiir Mayardit so any faction that is willing to negotiate with his government at this time must understand that it is negotiating a political suicide because there is no healthy peace plane in South Sudan that President Kiir will ever respect.
Kiir has opted to invest in war instead of the badly needed peace and this is definitely because he knows that a return to peace, preceded by elections means he will lost the seat of the presidency. Because he is not interested in giving up on the position, he is illegally consolidating power at all costs.
South Sudan is one of Africa’s wealthiest countries that only lack policies at both local, and the international levels and this is simply because the government is not a people representative government that reflects the will of the people of South Sudan.
It is only a government of self-enrichment that only divide the country’s resources among the few in power while widows, orphans of the freedom fighters and wounded heroes who sacrificed their lives for the independence of South Sudan are denied access to free education and health care.
The people of South Sudan need to come together and speak against the brutality of President Salva Kiir Mayardit’s government because there will never be peace and prosperity in the country unless President Salva Kiir is forced to go.
So, the only choice is for the 64 tribes of South Sudan to join hands with the South Sudan People’s Movement/Army (SSPM/A) under Chairman and Commander In Chief (C-IN-C), H.E Gen. Stephen Buoy Rolnyang, for the fundamental regime change.
This is because currently, the lives of South Sudanese are at risk at the hands of President Kiir’s regime where South Sudanese will only have death certificate or certificate of survival when the dictator is no more.
The author is the Chairperson of National Committee for Public Services and Human Resources Development of South Sudan People’s Movement (SSPM/A).
The views expressed in the ‘OPINIONS & ANALYSIS’ section of Sudans Post are solely the opinions of the writers. The veracity of any claims made are the responsibility of the author not this website. If you want to submit an opinion piece or an analysis please email us here.