JUBA, South Sudan May 12 – Wiper Democratic Movement Leader and Former Vice President Hon Kalonzo Musyoka has concluded his three-day go to to Juba-South Sudan the place he held conferences with the Country’s President Salva Kiir, Mayardit , First Vice President Dr. Riek Machar and Fourth Vice President Rebbecca Garang over the implementation of the Revitalized Peace Agreement.
The nation has made important strides in the direction of the method of unifying the Country’s Army and its unified forces beneath a single command construction are set to graduate quickly, which has been a serious hurdle.
The Former Vice President who has been a serious participant in the peace course of for years now has been in the forefront in urging the events to maneuver with velocity to implement the peace deal.
Last month, one of many key gamers in the peace course of SPLM In Opposition withdrew from the safety mechanisms of the nation plunging Juba into panic and excessive stress thus the fast deployment of the previous Peace Envoy by President Kenyatta to South Sudan for talks with the management of the Country.
Further, the Wiper Leader was in Juba to ship President Uhuru Kenyatta’s good will message to President Salva Kiir for making the time to mourn with Kenyans following the passing-on of the third President Mwai Kibaki and attending the state burial.
Hon. Kalonzo’s mission was additionally meant to chill off stress between Juba and Nairobi after a political activist Mr. Peter Biar Ajak appeared in two media homes in Kenya and made inflammatory remarks in opposition to President Salva Kiir saying “he could not speak during Kibaki state burial because he had a terrible hangover”.
This was adopted by a protest letter from the South Sudan Presidency spokesperson Ateny Wek questioning why famend media homes might permit such outrageous allegations to be consumed by the general public.
The commonplace group, one of many accused media homes, has since apologised for the overlook as Hon. Kalonzo assured Juba that Nairobi stays a detailed pal and neighbour and that Kenya regrets that mistake.