SPLM should not be blamed – says Juuk

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei

The Senior Presidential Advisory Kuol Manyang Juuk has said the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) should not be blamed for not developing the country but rather blames should be on the people causing insecurities that shifted the government from development.

Kuol said SPLM has good polices, only that its leadership is not given the opportunity to deliver them.

“The plans that were put down by the SPLM that were going to run our government couldn’t be implemented because we can’t develop when there is war,” he said.

Kuol in his statement during the launching of Jemma Nunu Kumba Foundation over the weekend explained the causes leading to the slow development in the country adding that one of the reasons is; people are busy putting their eyes on the Presidential seat.

“This is the SPLM, the party that brought this country to where its now, you should continue supporting SPLM, because we still have a lot to do, now we have not done much because, we need President Salva Kiir away” Juuk said.

“I wanted to become the President, I want to be a Minister, if I don’t become the Minister, then I take up arms and mobilize my people to join me, and we go back to the enemy to support us, give us arms,” he added.

Kuol however admitted that there are wrong elements within the SPLM just like it’s almost in every community.

“This fact should be known to all of us, it’s not because we didn’t want to develop, of cause there are wrong elements in every society and in any community, now we start, corruption is there, it’s not the policy of SPLM, in attempt to take someone to court, he will go and mobilize his people to come and fight,” he asserted.

“So we have to tolerate to bring those who went away back and put them in position, this is why we have the little peace today, so we should not blame SPLM but its we who are the problem” he concluded.

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