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SPLA-IO disseminates peace agreement among fighters in S. Sudan’s Bieh


October 4, 2018 (JUBA) - The SPLM-IO Governor of Bieh State urged the fighters of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army In Opposition (SPLA-IO) to abide by the signed revitalized peace agreement and to fully ceasefire on fronts.

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The SPLA-IO forces during their arrival at Masana Biira in Wau on 07, August 2017 (ST)

The SPLA-IO held a three-day meeting for the senior military officers in Bieh state in the Greater Upper Nile region to disseminate the peace agreement ahead of the implementation of the security arrangements on 12 October.

The conference was officially opened by the SPLM-IO State Governor Brig. Gen. Simon H Duol Bol and Rt. moderator Gabriel Gatluak Chol on Monday the first of October, said John Daniel Bol the Secretary of Information Bieh State.

"In his closing remarks Governor Chol told the SPLA-IO commander in the state and military officers to observe the permanent ceasefire in their controlled areas in Bieh state and to open the humanitarian corridors, "Bol said in a statement extended to Sudan Tribune.

Further, he directed to protect civilians and create conducive conditions for the safe and voluntary return and, resettlement of refugees and displaced people to their areas of origins.

The commander of SPLA-IO Sector Three Lt. Gen. Thomas Manor Dhol, on Monday, said the purpose of the meeting was to discuss the key issues pertaining the revitalized Peace agreement which was inked in the Ethiopian capital Addis Abba on 12/09/2018.

In line with the revitalized peace pact, the parties have to brief their troops about the peace agreement and to encourage them to reconcile with the others who are now their peace partners.


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  • 5 October 2018 07:09, by Midit Mitot

    Good move Governor Simon Hoth Duol, watch-out for your vulnerable people, we need durable peace this time.

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    • 5 October 2018 07:21, by South South

      We need to see positive things like this from both sides. Real peace has come to South Sudan.Next year, we will be talking about development in greater Upper Nile.

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      • 5 October 2018 08:14, by jubaone

        South South
        Real peace will come only when respect for human lives is shown by all. The AU Hybrid Court must be established so that rapists, killers whether in IG/IO/NAS/PDM etc are brought to book and real reconciliation takes place. However, this is not the case now cuz the jienge regime don’t want the hybrid court. Killers still at large.

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        • 5 October 2018 08:27, by South South


          We should agree to bring real peace first, then we move to others like hybrid court. You cannot start with hybrid court unless you want to kill the peace in South Sudan. Hybrid court these days is another way from western countries to colonize Africa. We have to be very careful about it,but justice should be shown in South Sudan. Real peace in South Sudan will last if we have justice.

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        • 5 October 2018 09:52, by Nairobimitot

          Hybrid Court was not created in South Sudan. So, we do not know anything about the hybrid court. We, as South Sudanese need to reconcile which is precisely what people do when they are seeking peace.

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          • 5 October 2018 14:32, by jubaone

            Bullshit. Hybrid Court must be established so that no rogue criminals and bastards kill, rape and steal with impunity and think they can go scot-free. No. If that doesn’t happen, then we the honorable people must take the law into our hands. We will NEVER hesitate to hunt them down and kill them one by one or their kin.

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        • 5 October 2018 15:29, by Marco A. Wek

          Jubaone, this is the best piece you have ever written. Thank you for.we are all victims of our politicians and not tribes we belong to.

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    • 5 October 2018 20:34, by The Rhino


      Kiir never released any prisoners of war(POW).All 20 plus incarcerated individuals are still sweating in NSS detention facilities.Others are afraid to have been killed by orders from Kiir himself.According to leaked informations,the jienge government wanted to pacify and lure Oppositions into believing the fake peace recently signed in Khartoum,more details coming up soon!

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      • 5 October 2018 22:16, by South South

        The Rhino,

        Coward man, shut up. If you need war go out, take gun and fight.

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        • 6 October 2018 00:18, by The Rhino

          South South,

          Go f**k yourself bas**d!You are nothing,but a useless jienge idiot.I can take you to hell if it comes down to ’one on one’.Don’t tell me how to use a gun,pen or C.keyboards,its the other way around.Dumb shit,we are slowly getting down to the truth,and soon or later you’ll kiss your own shit in public,’bone appetite!

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      • 5 October 2018 22:24, by jubaone

        Thank you for the update. Only after the IRC receives the freed political detainees and we get live video footage or confirmed and verified by independent journalists, all is just plain jienge bullshit. Trust only the dead jienge.

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  • 5 October 2018 11:30, by Whortti Bor Manza

    You see, I have been saying all along that these predatory savages the Nuers and the Dinkas will unite. Yesterday they killed over 50 people in Bagari fighting is on going in Two. Yet this crook called Riek Machar is silent. Foolish Equatorians and Bahr el Ghazal do not understand.

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    • 5 October 2018 11:44, by South South

      Whortti Bor Manza,
      I like what jubaone said yesterday.Let’s respect everyone opinion. We have two groups refused peace, NAS of Cirillo and PDM of Dario. We also have PDM of Lagu’s daughters and NAS of generals who want peace. We need to respect everyone here. If you don’t want peace, fine go ahead and do what want. If you want peace, fine, join the group who want peace, very simple.

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      • 5 October 2018 18:02, by Eastern

        South South,

        That RESPECT needs to be wholesome; ancestral lands, culture and traditions need to be respected or there won’t be peace in South Sudan. The rights of Jachariah Ladu and that of Thakariah Mabior to their land and culture need to be respected.....

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