Nov 02, 2016 (Nyamilepedia) — Thirty four South Sudanese and international non-governmental organizations have submitted their opened letter to H.E Mme. Nkosazana Dlamini-Zima, African Union Commission Chairperson on Tuesday in Juba. The opened letter with four pages in length seen by Nyamilepedia press states; “we, Civil Societies write to share our thoughts with you on the way forward for the Hybrid […]Read more
UK and Troika warn President Kiir on abrupt formation of new states, say peace process should be priority
October 06, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) – The UK’s Foregn Office in collaboration with the United States State Department and their partner, Norway, which forms the Troika, have warned Salva Kiir and his regime in Juba not to go ahead and implement the decree that was unilaterally issued by Kiir to form 28 new states out of the current ten states in South Sudan. […]Read more
John Kirby Department Spokesperson Washington, DC September 30, 2015. Sept 30, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The United States welcomes the decision by the Peace and Security Council of the African Union to release the report of the Commission of Inquiry on South Sudan. This is a long-awaited and necessary step in addressing the call of the South Sudanese people for justice and […]Read more
AUPSC Terminates the Mandates of AU Commission of Inquiry on South Sudan, Calls for Memorialization of “December 15th”!
Sept 28, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The African Union Peace and Security Council, which met on September 26th in New York, decides to terminate the mandates of AU Commission of Inquiry on South Sudan (AUCISS). The Council terminates the mandate of AUCISS and requests the chairperson of the commission to take all the steps required to this effect. The Council further requests […]Read more
September 02, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — Zambia has called on the leaders of South Sudan from all parties to adhere to the recently signed peace agreement, mediated by the regional block, IGAD, and urges them to implement the agreement to restore stability. According to news reports from Zambia, the country’s Foreign Affairs Minister Harry Kalaba, addressing the media in the capital, Lusaka, called South Sudanese […]Read more
BY JUSTIN S KWAJE | JUBA. AGUSUST 20, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — In an apparent move taken by the south Sudan president in protest against what he calls forced and imposed Peace agreement rammed on the people of south Sudan by IGAD and western nations, in particular the US, UK, Norway and EU, President Kiir orders and dispatches all the representatives of […]Read more
African Union (AU) Says South Sudan Peace is Balanced, Calls on Leaders to Accept Peace and Implement it in Good Faith
August 20, 2015 (Nyamilepedia) – In it’s first response since the signing of the South Sudan Peace Agreement in the Ethiopia capital Addis Ababa on the 17th August, the African Union has described the IGAD mediated peace agreement as “balanced” and would need to be implemented in Good faith by all South Sudan parties in order to bring an everlasting solution to […]Read more
August 19, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The incumbent leader of South Sudan, Mr. Salva Kiir Mayardit, admits that he has every intention to sign the agreement within 15 days. According to Washington, Kiir assured Kerry, the US Secretary of State, that he will sign the peace agreement after consultations. “President Kiir assured the secretary that he has every intention of signing the […]Read more
August 10, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — The South Sudan’s Nuer Community in the United States of America condemn the decision of African Union to include Uganda in its committee that will study the report of AU Commission of Inquiry on atrocities committed in South Sudan conflict. To Nuer community, Uganda is a strong military and political ally of Salva Kiir government that […]Read more
IGAD-PLUS Calls On South Sudan Government To Allow Invited Stakeholders To Travel to Peace Talks Venue!
August 7, 2015(Nyamilepedia) — According to the latest press release of IGAD-Plus, members of IGAD PLUS express their collective commitment to the inclusivity of the South Sudan peace process, and calls on Salva Kiir government to allow the invited leaders to travel to peace talks venue in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. “In this regard, we express our concern that invited representatives […]Read more