SPLM/A (IO) grass-root supporters in the United States will on July 24, 2021, hold a rally to welcome the change in leadership within the armed opposition, Ramciel has learned.
According to an insider close to the organizers, an extensive SPLM/A (IO), grassroots supporters based in Omaha, Nebraska, on July 24, 2021, to welcome and celebrate the removal of FVP Dr. Riek Machar Teny from the leadership of the armed opposition.
“With a renewed rejuvenated spirit, thousands of supporters of the SPLM/SPLA-In opposition (IO) across the continental of the United States will converge on the city of Omaha, Nebraska to hold a historic big rally on July 24, 2021, supporting the new leadership under the new SPLM/A-(IO) Chairman Duer Tut Duer.”
The source indicated that thousands of the SPLM/A (IO) supporters who are not happy with how Machar has been handling the issues of the movement is organizing a rally to publicly endorsed the new leader.
Speaking to Tharjiath in Nebraska, thousands of supporters dissatisfied by the leadership of FVP Dr. Machar will be for the first to voice out their concerns by supporting the change in the leadership in this rally.
“It’s expected that thousands of supporters of the IO movement in the USA who are disaffected with the former chairman Riek Machar’s leadership, are reportedly rejuvenated and have a reviving spirit in supporting the new leadership in pursuing the core principles and objectives of the IO movement, and they understand full-well that the peace agreement in Juba was long dead sixteen months ago since February 2020.”
An effort to reach out to the SPLM/A (IO) members still loyal to FVP Dr. Riek Machar Teny was not possible.
The new SPLM/A (IO) chairman is advocating for reform within the rebel movement. He has been vocal since last year with the direction at which the peace process is implementing.
Duer is calling for serious implementation of Security arrangements, Constitutional Amendments, and Transitional Justice implemented.
Under the new slogan of “we will not rest, not waver, timid, and shaken” to carry out the reform agenda.