Authorities in Melbourne, Australia have revealed that a state-of-the-art amphibious military tank and a helicopter have been ‘found’ in the perhaps-soon-to-be-seized $1.5m (500m SSD) Melbourne mansion of the 22-year-old eldest son of Gen. Hoth Mai – the former Chief of General Staff of the South Sudan’s army.
The new alliance of opposition forces has filed a strong worded complaint with IGAD – the regional body trying to mediate a peaceful settlement in the world’s newest nation – accusing the government in Juba of another ceasefire violation after a series of seemingly non-violation associated but highly damaging attacks launched by Juba against interests directly and indirectly related to the members of their group.
General Malong has revealed that his newly formed rebel movement is unlike any of the other rebel movements as his mission is not to overthrow the government in Juba, but rather to remove all those bad elements surrounding and corrupting the good name of the president, and to restore to former glory the revolutionary and visionary President Salva Kiir who he says 99% of South Sudanese voted for and trusted to lead the people to the promised land.
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Authorities in Juba, South Sudan have imposed a ban, effective immediately, on the national anthem of the world’s newest nation, making the singing of it an offence which will be punishable under the country’s treason laws.
Another day and another new republican order in the saga that is South Sudan. This time Saakam has discovered that it has sealed the fate of the extended house-arrest of Gen. Paul Malong by making it official. And it is being described by the many spouses of the detainee as ‘denying him his human rights [to bear future baby Malongs]’ as the order restricts all conjugal visits unless approved in advance by the Chief of Defence Forces of the SPLA, a holy blessing by the SPLA parish-priest and the latest advice from the SPLA-appointed family-planning expert.