NATIONAL DIALOGUE AGAINST SALVA KIIR: PRESIDENT OF SOUTH SUDAN

 

Former Secretary General, Pagan Amum, leading a protest in New York, United States(Photo: file)

Former Secretary General, Pagan Amum, leading a protest in New York, United States(Photo: file)

June 19, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Please join us the South Sudanese Diaspora along with friends and allies to attend a Rally against Salva Kiir.

WHERE: Washington DC – In Front of The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW,

        Washington, DC 20500

WHEN: Monday June 26, 2017 from 10:00AM to 3:30PM

THEME: “WE ARE TIRED OF DIGGING GRAVES!” “Salva Kiir Must Go!”

HALF A MILLION South Sudanese people have died since the war began in 2013. FOUR MILLION have since become refugees. This genocidal war must end.

On Monday June 26th, the 64 South Sudanese community leaders in the United States will be gathering in front of the White House to denounce President Salva Kiir, who deceives his people by condoning continuous war, genocide, famine and starvation which is rampant throughout the country. They will also be calling for a new political process to end the ongoing civil war in South Sudan. All the civil society organizations, human rights activists, along with our American friends will also gather in Washington D.C. to urge the US President and congress to help bring about lasting solution in South Sudan.

With no solutions from the African Union and IGAD countries, we are calling on President Donald J. Trump to take action now to Save the People of South Sudan.

The National dialogue that was launched in Juba on May 22, 2017 will not bring peace to South Sudan under Salva Kiir’s dictatorship. It is a platform to annul the peace agreement that was signed in August 2015

“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!  SALVA MUST GO!”

There will be dialogue all day. Bring your posters and flags.

FOR MORE INFO, contact: sdengkak@yahoo.com

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One comment

  • Ruon Guol Joany

    everybody is already tired with Kiir being the president of south sudan let him quit the chair and south Sudanese enjoy peace.