Kampala, November 5, 2014 (SSNA) — The Republic of Uganda has completed a carefully designed wide-raging war plan against South Sudanese rebels who are currently fighting against government troops.
The clandestine war strategy which is set to be begin in this coming December or early next year is loaded with the latest military war threats and techniques designed to frighten South Sudanese anti-government forces. The Ugandan military gives the rebels two options: surrender or be wiped out, according to top-secret document leaked to the South Sudan News Agency (SSNA).
“These rebels [South Sudan’s rebels] are a threat to our general security and they must either surrender or face being wiped-out completely; this is the only way that will force Riek Machar’s fighters to give up fighting”, the document reads in part.
The manuscript also recommends what it describes as a best time to carry out the operation against South Sudanese rebels.
“The best time to execute this plan is either at the end of this coming December 2014 or early next year”, it added.
The text also revealed a joint military scheme between Uganda, South Sudan, and other undisclosed players of the Great Lakes region. The document also slammed the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), saying the regional block is being occupied by misguided unnamed foreign agents and declared that peace negotiations in Ethiopia have become “useless”.
“Uganda and the Great Lakes Region must not allow Riek Machar to take power from the democratically elected president. We cannot rely on these IGAD-led useless peace talks”, the document revealed.
The carefully designed document repeatedly avoids mentioning the name of President Kiir.
However, South Sudan’s observers, who have been given access to the text by the SSNA agreed that the reference, democratically elected president, is a friendly depiction of the current president of South Sudan, Salva kiir Mayardiit. Observers further warned that the military scheme if implemented, could destabilize the whole region and potentially place other regional players on a ‘counter-offensive’.
Ugandan soldiers are currently fighting alongside South Sudan’s government troops against forces loyal to South Sudanese Former Vice President Dr. Riek Machar. Many world leaders have on many occasions called on Kampala to withdraw its military support to Juba to give peace a chance. Uganda refuses asserting that South Sudanese government has requested its military support.