Anei Malong: A thank you note to all who stood with my father Gen. Paul Malong Awan

Posted: November 19, 2017 by PaanLuel Wël in History, Press Release

Press releases: A thank you note to all who stood with my father Gen. Paul Malong Awan in the last seven months

Malong in exile1

Gen. Paul Malong arriving in Nairobi, Kenya

November 19, 2017 (SSB) — A thank you note to all who stood with my father Gen. Paul Malong Awan in the last seven months

I am writing this note to acknowledge and thank all those who took a keen interest in the situation my father was in and stood with him until a resolution was reached. We as the family of Awan Anei are indebted to you, South Sudanese both inside the country and in the Diaspora for your solidarity.

To H.E. Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit, the President of the Republic of South Sudan, I thank you deeply for demonstrating leadership in ending my father’s situation amicably.

To the Committee of Concerned Citizens led by the distinguished scholar and diplomat, Dr. Francis Mading Deng, I thank you for your concerted mediation efforts that led to the resolution of what could have easily been the unnecessary crisis at the time our country needs peace the most.

To South Sudanese inside the country, your fearless stand in support of my father’s rights despite constant provocation and intimidation won the day. For that, I thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

To the leadership of Aweil Community Associations in Australia, the Arab Republic of Egypt, Canada, East Africa, United States of America and all South Sudanese communities wherever they may be, our friends. I thank you for the commitment you have shown towards the peaceful resolution of my father’s situation.

Without your unified voice reflected on various open letters you wrote to H.E. the President; the few ill-willed individuals would have manipulated the system to achieve their nefarious plans against my father.

To Mama Achok Bol and Lucy Ayak, while you are family members, I would like to put it on records that the work you did in informing the public about my father’s situation was commendable.

Without your diligence, the public would have remained in the dark about the unfolding situation. For this, I thank you from the bottom of my heart.

Now that everything has been resolved, let us turn a new page and give peace a chance in our country.

_ The End _

Anei Malong Awan.

Ngor Matem Ngor: ‘A words of thanks’

Dear all, allow me to takes this prestigious opportunity to say many thanks indeed, particularly for general Paul Malong Awan, the former chief of general staff has been released officially today as he landed down in Nairobi Kenya.

This amount to the developmental reconciliation that came into effects on Thursday 16/11/2017. Therefore, I may wish to thanks his Excellency President Salva Kiir Mayardit for the great work done.

Unforgettably, acknowledgement goes to the citizens’ concerns leader and former ambassador of South Sudan to UN Francis Mading Deng, simultaneously with the groups of elders that include war veterans general Bona Bang Dhel, General Albino Akol Akol, general Garang Mabil and many more, alongside different chiefdoms leaders led by Sultans leader Deng Macham Anguei, Sultan Nyal Chan Nyal plus others in recognition with their attendance

Finally, massive appreciations goes to Aweil communities in diaspora mainly USA under the leadership Adim Malek , Australia, Canada, Egypt, East Africa and Southern African in general while not forget to considered the impressive role plays specifically, an alarms made by family’s members madam Lucy Ayak along her son Anei Malong aka (Manh Amuk) has brought the news.

In addition Kush Democratic Majority party flag bearer Bol Gai Deng for 2018 general election and many others of the high calibre signatories, pressure groups who are concerns for prospective bright future of South Sudanese are all cordially in abundant recognition as we closed the chapter per today.

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Comments
  1. Truthhurt says:

    Capt. Mabior Garang once said that “Kiirdit strength is that people think he is stupid” and without any doubt Gen. Malong has certainly underestimate Gen. Kiir’s ability to destroy him … right from the very beginning of their feud therefore, it’s one of things he may try to come to term with for the rest of his life!

    Just look at the so called reconciliation between the two in which he was subsequently released from house detention was not in anyway a win/win resolution but politically calculated to serve one party’s interest and for that reason I would rather die in Juba as a hero if I were Gen. Malong. Because this was not a true & just reconciliation as many people may think, if it were then there should have been no restriction for his liberty in South Sudan and in particular, his hometown of Aweil but Kiirdit is not always a genuine peace maker he fooled the masses that he reconciled with Gen. Malong, yet restricted his movement within South Sudan.

    However, he gave him one way ticket to East Africa instead knowing that it will be a troublesome place for Gen. Malong to call home considering numerous international sanctions placed on him allegedly for war crimes committed before he was relieved as SPLA Chief of Staff during the current South Sudan’s civil war by Kiirdit orders!

    In conclusion, Gen. Malong may have not gone yet politically however, I have this Chinese proverb to end my comment and I quote: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me”.

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