Intelleak: President Salva Kiir Set To Sack His Chief of Staff and Powerful Others

President Salva Kiir caught on camera staring into Gen. Paul Malong eyes on independent day in Juba(Photo: file)

March 4, 2017(Nyamilepedia) ——- South Sudan President, Salva Kiir Mayardit, has reached the final stage to get ride of a few powerful politicians, mostly from his Dinka tribe, who have been very supportive in his struggles in the last three years. Acording to insiders, the senior military generals and elderly Dinka politicians have built massive powers and wealth within the […]

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Nostalgia for Malakal

Women burying the deads in Malakal, South Sudan(Photo: file)

By Gwado J. Ador, March 04, 2016(Nyamilepedia) —— The feeling of nostalgia for homeland has been increasingly intensifying in my heart, while there was no any glimpse of hope for peace in the horizon. Unbridled politics coupled by the use of subversive government machinery made it impossible for many of us and particularly our relatives set foot to the town […]

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Egyptian Military plane lands in Juba, delivers supplies to South Sudan Army

Egyptian Military Cargo plane (Hercules C-30) seen land at Juba International Airport in South Sudan early on wednesday, 01 March 2017.

01, March 2017 (Nyamilepedia) — An Egyptian Military Cargo Plane has landed at Juba International Airport early on Wednesday raising speculations and suspicions of Egypt’s involvement in current South Sudan civil war. Many are wondering what the large military Cargo plane delivered to the South Sudanese Army in Juba. According to a source from South Sudan Defense ministry, the Egyptian military […]

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Adwok Nyaba: Ceasefire First, Not National Day of “Prayers”

South Sudan President, Salva Kiir, showing his skeptical face during peace talks in Addis Ababa. That agreement has now collapsed and the leaders continue to impose themselves amid an intense conflict that is now in its 4 years(Photo: file)

March 02, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Responding to President Salva Kiir’s “National Day of Prayers” through his social media, Professor Peter Adwok Nyaba, the Former Minister of Higher Education, Science and Technology, calls on the South Sudanese to not be deceived again by Mr. Kiir. Instead of a “national day of prayers”, Adwok believes that South Sudan’s crises are “man-made” problems that […]

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Taban Deng Gai’s Camp Disintegrating As Senior Officials Defect

Gen Khamis Abdel-Latif speaking to South Sudanese and friends at Safari Park Hotel on January 16, 2015 in Nairobi, Kenya, where he declared his defection to SPLM/SPLA[IO](Photo credits: Nyamilepedia)

Feb 28, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— A break away faction of SPLM/A (in Opposition) under the leadership of Gen. Taban Deng Gai, who collaborates with Salva Kiir government, has began to disintegrate. Within the last two weeks, the camp which is made up of loosely allied politicians has suffered major defections while Taban undergoes medical treatment in Europe, according to insiders. Among […]

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Archbishop Deng Bul a tribalist and not fits for Church and public offices

President Salva Kiir and Bishop Deng Bul in Juba

By Chol D* Feb 28, 2017(Nyamilepedia) ——- Who is Daniel Deng Bul Yak?: – Daniel Deng Bul Yak is a South Sudanese born in Bor on 2nd January 1950, He is married and has six children. Deng Bul was ordained deacon in 1977 and a priest in 1978; he was consecrated bishop in 1988 in Khartoum during ECS crisis which he engineered; during ECS […]

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The ‘mother’ of South Sudan calls for President Kiir to stand down on Upfront on Al Jazeera

Mama Rebecca Mabior tells Al Jazeera that South Sudan famine was created by Salva Kiir or bad leadership from the leaders (Photo: file)

Feb 26, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —– South Sudanese politician Rebecca Garang, widow of SPLM founder John Garang, tells Upfront on Al Jazeera: • President Kiir has caused a “manmade famine” • “All of us, as the leaders of South Sudan, we did not lead our people properly.” • “Our leaders are using the name of their tribes in order for them to cling to power.” […]

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South Sudan Outsourcing Its Scarce Jobs To Foreigners in Exchange For Military Supports

Mr. Ndung'u Gethenji, Kenyan Defence and Foreign Relations Committee Chairman holding talks after visiting South Sudan with 15 other members of Kenyan parliament who are running back-door deals with Kiir's government(Photo: file)

Feb 22, 2017(Nyamilepedia) —— Struggling with man-made catastrophe, South Sudan government has opened doors to friendly countries to contribute expertise to help in nation building. The friendly countries, which include Uganda, Sudan, Kenya, Ethiopia and recently Egypt are employed in various government sectors from civil service to military operations. Joining Ugandan nationals, who are working officially in South Sudan, a […]

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FVP Taban Deng Gai tells loyalist to be “prepared” for anything

Current South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai

21, February 2017 (Nyamilepedia) — The current First Vice President Taban Deng Gai is said to have given a chilling advise to his colleagues in Salva Kiir’s Transitional government, warning them to be “prepared” for anything as several Top government and military officials have recently resigned from the government throwing what is left of the peace process into disarray. Taban is […]

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Bor community condemn “unhonorable” burial of former Presidential Advisor

President Salva Kiir and other senior government official burring another senior government general, Al-Tahir Bior, who was killed by rebels in an ambush along Juba-Nimule road earlier this year, 2017(Photo: file)

14, February 2017 (Nyamilepedia) — The Bor community members have blast President Salva Kiir for what they called “unhonorable” Funeral and burial accorded to the late Presidential Advisor Al-Tahir Bior who passed away last weekend. Late Al-Tahir Bior who was Presidential Advisor on Islam was hurriedly buried over the weekend in what the government said was in accordance with Islamic […]

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