James Gatdet Dak Did Not Surrender Or Betrayed Revolution, He Was Sold By Kenyans
Why The Kenyan government should work tirelessly to reverse their decision.
By South Sudan Kyilaya,
Nov 6, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —– James Gatdet Dak was traded. He was sold for a few dollars by desperate Kenyan politicians, however, all South Sudan who went through a sad moment when James Gatdet Dak was sold must note these:
James Gatdet Dak did not surrender and he is not a betrayer. He did not make Nuer and bloods of Nuer Look cheap like Lul Ruai Koang, Ezekiel Lol Gatkuoth and Taban Deng Gai.
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James Gatdet Dak stands for rights of all southerners. He is among our symbols of unity in the hands of a brutal regime of salva Kiir and Jieng extremists that are now are selling our bloods using our resources. Gatdet was sold with money from natural resources from his own homeland. Curse be upon evil dealers!
James Gatdet was not a slave to be sold. He was not a slave to be bought. Even if he was Slave, slavery is ban. He should be set free and allowed to resume his freedom in South Sudan liberated areas or any country of his choice other than Kenyan that sold him cheaply.
Kenyan government should work tirelessly for his release otherwise Dak’s blood will not banish in vain, Kenyans shall never work freely in South Sudan.
The President of Kenya, Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta, should use all of his means to fix what went wrong otherwise history shall never forgive. He traded a fellow human to his enemies for a few millions South Sudanese Pound. In order to clean his legacy, Uhuru Kenyatta must prioritize a quick release of James Gatdet Dak from the prisons of his enemies.
We need to see James Gatdet Dak free and healthy. James Gatdet Dak is not living in his free will for us to keep silence. James Gatdet Dak was traded. That was not his will. His will is to serve common interest of all south Sudanese and foreigners in stable peaceful South Sudan. His will is to see South Sudanese living normally and naturally the ways they were in their cultures.
All those who want to see peace, justice and development in South Sudan should speak out and ask for immediate release of James Gatdet Dak.
The questions are:
who is to ask for release of James Gatdet Dak? And the answer is Everybody who want to see a rotating wheel of peace, tranquillity, stability, justice and equality in South Sudan. So, demand for immediate release of James. This is not less than a popular demand!
Who are to get involve to work for release of James Gatdet Dak? Obviously, the UN and the president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, a main dealer, among other parties that have safe approach to Salva Kiir’s regime as a result they should not be excluded.
Is Dak serving one tribe in South Sudan? Definitely no, but supporters of Salva Kiir’s regime will say James Gatdet is of a tribalist for serving the interest of Non-Jieng extremists.
Salva Kiir’s regime will fight for James Gatdet Dak’s clothes. They will force James Gatdet Dak to sing their songs to people. Don’t surprise for that. Just remember; in a free environment, James Gatdet Dak did not surrender and he is not a betrayer. All of us should be proud of him, and stand with him.
The East African countries must stop seeing South Sudan as a trading center where even blood of South Sudanese is traded to Saliva Kiir’s regime. Precautions and new diplomacies are needed for the survivors of all. There must be a way out. Anyanya 1 experienced the same problem but the then Commander, Gen. Emilio Taffeng, took a right approach.
Let’s remember, when one door closes another door opens. Do not focus all attention on the closed door. 1 Corinthians 10:13, and Matthew 7:7.
The author is a concerned South Sudanese Citizen. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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