A rebel movement, Democratic Resistance Movement-DRM, led by Dr. Lako Jada Kwajok fires its sector commander based in Upper Nile. According to the letter seen by Ramciel, the dismissal letter came after the Chairman of the Movement accuses his military head in Upper Nile of leadership negligence.
Maj. Gen. Sebit Kong Kuon, a native of Upper Nile who joined the DRM last year seems to show contrary to the principles and code of conduct of the movement, said the chairman.
Ramciel could not establish the number of forces under the command of Maj. Gen. Sebit in Upper Nile.
“In line with the powers vested in me, and in keeping with the Democratic Resistance Movement (DRM) regulations and Code of Conduct, I Dr. Lako Jada Kwajok, order the dismissal of Maj General Sebit Kong Kuon, the Upper Nile Sector Commander with immediate effect.” Read part of the letter shared with Ramciel’s editorial team.
Dr. Lako, the movement’s chairman, outlined reasons for the dismissal of his top military head in the Upper Nile region. He accuses General Sebit of non-adherence to the job description.
“Non-adherence to the job description and the undermining of the military hierarchy.” Read part of the letter.
The General is engaging “in activities that are unwarranted and chaotic” making the movement and its activities difficult to coordinate, said the Chairman.