Breaking: RCM Mandated new leader promised to organize protest if peace failed

Former RCM leader Makoi Majak interview by the international media outlet, Nairobi, KenyaFormer RCM leader Makoi Majak interview by the international media outlet, Nairobi, Kenya

RCM commonly known as Red Card Movement mandated a new leader, according to the press release extended to Ramciel on Sunday by the movement’s leadership council.

The new leader, Mabor Tut replaced Makoi Majak after the former leader steps down to pursue a more politically oriented choice.

Also read: https://ramcielbc.com/red-card-movement-once-again-shakes-president-kiir/

https://www.amnesty.org/en/latest/news/2019/07/south-sudan-authorities-crackdown-on-critics-in-cross-border-campaign-of-intimidation/

https://radiotamazuj.org/en/news/article/rcm-members-trial-in-nairobi-adjourned-to-next-month

Mabor said the task before him is enormous but he is prepared to handle the challenges just like Makoi did. Makoi was known to be vocal and help bring the movement to the spotlight. Arrested several times which caused international Human Rights Organizations like Amnesty International to intervene in Nairobi, Kenya. He was the target for organizing protests in Nairobi and threatened to march thousands to the streets of Juba if peace was not to be implemented by the warring parties.
Several group members were silenced by the security forces within South Sudan or beyond the border.

However, this month, the leadership announced to have a return with a more oriented focus. RCM is a non-violence youth movement with membership in South Sudan and across the globe.

Read the press release below:

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RCM press release
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