Kenya Arrests Machar’s spokesman Over UN SG Dismissal of a Kenyan General
Nov 2nd, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— A group of Kenyan security forces, army and police officers stormed Machar’s spokesman, James Gatdet’s house in Nairobi, Kenya, this evening.
Although without warrant or prior notice, Gatdet was arrested instantly and taken to unknown police custody by a mixed group of uniformed and non-uniformed police and security personnels.
Speaking to SPLM-IO representatives in Kenya, who are closely monitoring the case, Kenya is furious over a decision that was made recently in New York by the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon.
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Following an investigation over the UNMISS failure to protect civilians and foreign aid workers in South Sudan’s Juba and Malakal, the United Nation Security Council was convinced that the failure of the mission was mostly due to poor command.
The Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, dismissed and called for replacement of UNMISS Force commander, Lt. Gen. Johnson Mogoa Kimani Ondieki, who is a Kenyan by nationality.
This decision was welcomed by James Gatdet Dak on behalf of SPLM/SPLA in opposition and on behalf of victims that the peacekeepers should have protected.
This viral post, published by James Gatdet on his Facebook account yesterday, angered memebers of Kenyan army, police, security and politicians in Uhuru’s government.
They argue that Gatdet is being hosted by the Kenyan government and therefore should support the position of Kenya on the dismissal of their son from his lucrative job in war-torn South Sudan.
Kenya has now withdrawn from the mission in South Sudan and decided to detain Gatdet until further notice.
According to reliable sources Kenyan is changing its neutral position to support Kiir’s struggling administration. This shift is seen as a direct response to repairs bilateral relations with Kiir government after Juba kicked out Kenyan Commercials Banks and businesses that make billions of dollars in profit from South Sudan’s collapsing economy. [ad name=”match-content”]