Waat, February 7, 2015 (SSNA) — A group calling itself the leadership of Lou Nuer in the Republic of South Sudan has announced that they have tangible evidences which show Uganda and South Sudan have prepared their military forces and ready to attack Lou Nuer areas at any time.
The statement which bears the signature of the Leadership of Lour Nuer in South Sudan and seen by the South Sudan News Agewncy (SSNA) warns Kampala and Juba of serious consequences. The document also promises Kampala and Juba of what it describes as a merciless defense.
“Let the Genocidal Salva Kiir and his accomplice Yoweri Museveni attack us, we are more than ready and well prepare to teach them a lesson they will never forget. This is going to be a bloody end for them and they must know it before their death-sentence mission,” the statement reads in part.
“We are ready for a merciless defense,” the declaration warns.
The document also asks soldiers of the two countries to think before they set foot in the Lou Nuer land and calls on the international community to be aware of Juba-Kampala actions.
“We have been monitoring the forces of Kiir and his Ugandan father since Mid-December of last year, they tried to attack our areas three times before but they failed to show up because they know what is waiting for them,” the statement added.
The leadership of Lou Nuer in South Sudan also calls on the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD), African Union (AU), Troika countries, and the United Nations (UN) to be aware of Museveni and Kiir actions.
Ugadan troops have been fighting alongside SPLA forces loyal to South Sudan’s President, Salva kiir Mayardiiit.
On November 5, 2014 the SSNA obtained a carefully designed wide-raging Ugandan military war plan against South Sudan’s rebels. In the text, the Uganda People’s Defence Force (UPDF) asked South Sudan’s rebels to either surrender or be wiped out.
The presence of Uganda military in South Sudan angers rebel forces, with Uganda President Museveni refusing to withdraw its soldiers claiming that South Sudanese President Kiir has asked Kampala for a military protection.