NAIROBI, Kenya, Apr 27, 2005 (SUNA) — The second batch of southern leaders left Nairobi for Khartoum Wednesday for participation in the works of the national commission on the interim constitution. The batch includes 11 of the leaders.
A batch, comprising eight of the leaders of Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM), left on Tuesday. They included Alija Malok, Samson Kwaje, Kostin Mayyin, Jastin Yak, Michael Makway, David Deng, Luwal Deng and Merry Nyalang.
Sudan embassy in Nairobi witnesses an influx of southerners living in Kenya, from SPLM leadership ranks, other factions or ordinary citizens.
All have been issued national travelling documents to return to the homeland.
An official senior southern source said in a press statement that all return home to participate in boosting the peace process and rebuilding of the south following the signing of the Peace Agreement and convening of South- South Dialogue Conference