Breaking News: Paul Malong said will kill Salva Kirr if he is going to be sacked from his office


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February 8, 2016 (JUBA) – Paul Malong said I will kill  fight Salva Kiir if sacked, the South Sudanese army (SPLA) chief, Gen. Paul Malong Awan has warned of possible unrest in the world’s youngest nation, should he and those serving the cabinet and army be removed from posts as part of the formation of the Government of National Unity (TGoNU).
“We will see how this country will be stable if the only way is to bring peace is to reward people who have brought the country and the people to this level”, Awan told high-level military officers from his Malual Dinka tribe, whom he ferried to Aweil town for reasons yet to be established.

“We will not accept anyone to be victimised for defending the system”, he added.

The army chief lefts the South Sudan capital, Juba on Saturday with more than five serving army generals from his home area, who included his deputy in-charge of operations, Lt. Gen. James Ajonga Mawut, head of military police, Major Gen. Akec Adim, head of training, Major Gen. Charles Dut Akol and the Division Two commander, Major Gen. Butrous Bol Bol.

Other notable high-ranking officers present were, Lt. General Akot Deng Akot, who until recently, served as caretaker governor the now defunct former Northern Bahr el Ghazal state after he was appointed last year.

Akot replaced Kuel Aguer Kuel who was in a power struggle with Awan.

While in Aweil town, the army chief of staff reportedly held two high profile meetings with state lawmakers, ex-cabinet ministers and members of the ruling party (SPLM) on Saturday and on Sunday at the SPLM headquarters.

He also held other meetings in Warawar village, during which he reportedly declared himself as chairman of the SPLM branch offices in the new states, vowing not to tolerate anybody who undermines the Mading Aweil people.

“As we are meeting here, there are people calling from Juba to ask why we are here. We did not escape; the president knows we have come here and we are here to discuss things which concern us as people of Aweil. And here I want to say that the creation of the new states does not mean division. We are still one. What has happened is just for administrative purpose. It has not affected our unity and our identity. We are still people of Aweil,” told his audience at the SPLM secretariat Sunday.

He added, “If there are people who think the creation of more states has divided us, they need to know this was not the purpose for creating them”.

According to the senior army official, all nominations of officials for various the positions in the three states must pass through the SPLM branch office in Aweil town, further stressing that he remains a legitimate office bearer until future arrangements for the ruling party in the state were made.

“We will meet with the three governors and we shall discuss with them what we have discussed here and anyone who will refuse to listen then we will go to the president and thereafter we shall see who will not work with the people”, said Gen. Awan.

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16 Comments Add yours

  1. Deng Madut says:

    Not his words for those who knows this man, he is better than this misinformation.

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  2. Malong dieu says:

    This shit ain’t fair.Being a freedom fighter doesn’t make u a politician since u don’t know what to do other than eating government money

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  3. Bol Alor says:

    It’s a just a threats to those who are behind Kiir and disagreement with his colleague
    minister of defense Koul Maniang Juk, and he can’t kill Kiir because Kiir he is his son – law
    It just propaganda from him, if it’s not then he will create another disasters in South Sudan by killing Danka by Danka’s.

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  4. jeans says:

    Funny how these people talk, I sometimes fail to understand what these people take leaderships for? Their incurable diseases is always “presidency” but they don’t first of all spots out the real qualities of leadership, there you do your things players.

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  5. flora shida says:

    very funny.

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  6. Eduardo says:

    South Sudan can’t be micro-managed this way as if it were a family thing!

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  7. Machungu M says:

    Let the sleeping dog ly

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  8. Mawel chol Mawel says:

    How can a primary school drop out be our president in this era?….impossible. Malong Awan should think of future Buhari( one who will reclaim our looted resources) in South Sudan.

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  9. wjy says:

    If God doesn’t clear the current so call leaders of south Sudan walai there Will be no progress in any action within.

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  10. John Mam.D says:

    Mr Malong Awan must know that there was man who hold that post and he accepted to be removed by H.E Salva Kiir. So no need of refusing in public office.He should go period!

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  11. This false information you are spreading sons of doom is not a reliable information. You are longing to see Dinka divided but it will not happen anyway.

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  12. Yeitop says:

    Malong Awan and his fake generals are brewing another inter-communal fighting between Awelians and Gogrialians which had not been happening. This is another dangerously and destructive life style that Malong wants to see in this two locations. I tell u Mr.Salva Kiir will teach the Aweilians a lesson that even their grandchildren will never forget. Gogrialians have records and they will continue recording, please Malong Awan you better revoke your statement against the Gogrialians before it is too late.

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  13. Solomon says:

    Jokes with Jokes

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  14. wedechuoi says:

    malong south Sudan isnt for jce alone pliz stop
    being the obstacle of pe@ce

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