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NDM Forces Clashed with the Government forces in (Yeri) Between Mvolo and Mundiri.

   NDM

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     28th November, 2017

Press Release

NDM Forces Clashed with the Government forces in (Yeri) Between Mvolo and Mundiri.

 

The NDM forces in the Central Front under the command of A/Cdr. William Madit Francis engaged the enemy in Yeri yesterday, Monday the 27th.

The battle was a result of an unprovoked attack launched by the enemy on our troops. In the battle enemy was repulsed leaving behind six (6) of its soldiers dead on the ground and our gallant forces captured nine (9) AK-47 rifles and other military Equipment. The NDM revolutionary forces lost two martyrs and sustained (8) wounded in action.

The attack comes at a time when Juba is talking about ceasefire, while escalating military confrontations against the revolutionary forces across the country. The international community need to be cognizant about the fact that, the regime in Juba is not interested in peaceful resolution of conflict in South Sudan and is determined to pursue military option against the opposition forces. The dictator and his ethno- centric regime must be diplomatically isolated and pressured to invest in peace. Glory and honour to our fallen heroes and quick recovery to our wounded comrades.

 

 

Long live the struggle of our people Long live South Sudan

A luta continua

 

Ambassador; Emmanuel Aban For/ the Spokesman

National Democratic Movement (NDM): Email: ojwokj@hotmail.com

 


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