South Sudan: Rising Tension In Multiple States.

  Updated at 10:40Am, July 5,2014(Pacific time). July 4, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Traumatized by over six months conflict, South Sudanese are fleeing to UNMISS camps in multiple states across the country. Sources in Marididi report that the local population is fleeing the town after two civilians were killed last night by government soldiers. “In maridi, as I speak now, the town […]

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South Sudan: A Senior Government Official Has Joined The Armed Opposition To Fight For Change!

Updated at 11:15Am, July 5, 2014. July 4, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba, the former South Sudan’s Minister of Higher Education and Scientific Research, found a rare opportunity last week to flee the house arrest in Juba. Adwok has joined the rebels, the SPLM in opposition, in Addis Ababa and now calls for regime change to restore peace in […]

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South Sudan: Fighting In Gogrial, Warrap State!

Updated at 12:00Am, July 5, 2014. July 4, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — South Sudan government officials believe that 8 people were killed and 11 wounded on Wednesday,  this week, in Mayen-Jur boma, Nyang Payam of Gogrial East county, Warrap State The SPLA military spokesman, Col. Philip Aguer, believes that the attack in Gogrial was carried out by the SPLA in opposition, a […]

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Equatorian soldiers ‘disarmed’, troops sent to Terekeka

Courtesy of Radio Tamazuj, July 3, 2014(RT) — Central Equatoria Governor Clement Wani Konga appeared publicly yesterday for the first time after reports of tensions between him and the president. In remarks to the press, he denied mobilizing his own militia while also questioning ongoing disarmament of Equatorians in the armed forces, which he claimed was ongoing. The defiant governor […]

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Fearing New Fighting, South Sudanese Pour into UN Camps

Waakhe Simon Wudu July 3, 2014(VOA) — Thousands of South Sudanese are pouring into already overcrowded U.N. camps in Bentiu and Malakal, amid fears that fighting could break out again in the two capitals of South Sudan’s main oil producing states, an official said Thursday. “The government forces and the opposition forces are often in very close proximity of each […]

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More Than 80% Of South Sudan’s Budget Goes To Salaries And Security!!

July 3, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — More than three quarter of South Sudan’s 2014/2015 budget will be spent on government employees and military. Aggrey Tisa Sabuni, the finance minister, presented a 11.3 billion South Sudanese Pound (SSP) budget for 2014/2015 fiscal year to be passed by the parliament in the next three weeks. A draft of the national budget, presented by minister […]

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GRECOR public Statement: Governor Konga Is Not In Uganda!

GRECOR Press Release, July 3, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — It is unfortunate that the Deputy Governor of Central Equatoria States resorted to fabrication of stories rather than giving the public facts. The Deputy Governor and everyone within the Central Equatoria Government know that General Clement Wani Konga is not in Uganda and has never planned to go to Uganda but they might […]

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Updates: Mundari White Army Clashes with Government Troops -SPLA!

July 3, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — A report released by the SPLA in Opposition Spokesperson, Brig. Gen. Lul Ruai Koang, confirms that the heavy fighting that broke out in Juba last night (July 1, 2014) were simultaneous attacks, launched on loyal forces by the Mundari White army. “Last night, Mundari White Army engaged Kiir troops in multi-fronts. Simultaneous attacks were launched on […]

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S. Sudanese rebel leader appoints deputy chairs of national committees

July 2, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) – South Sudanese armed opposition leader, Riek Machar, has appointed deputy chairs of national committees and senior officials charged with strategic planning in his office, a rebel leader’s media official said. “Our chairman, Dr. Riek Machar Teny, has appointed deputy chairs for the national committees and senior officials in charge of various specialised units in […]

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South Sudan Oppositions In Charge As Presidency Left The Country!

July 2, 2014(Nyamilepedia) — The South Sudanese president, Salva Kiir Mayardit, and his deputy, James Wani Igga, have left the country, in different directions, leaving the opposition party in charge of the fragile state. The president imposed a dusk to dawn curfews on Friday but panic continues within the capital despite preparations for independent day celebrations. While President Salva Kiir […]

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