Adil lures South Sudanese diaspora to rally for SPLM victory

By Taban Henry

The Central Equatoria State governor Emmanuel Adil Anthony has called on the South Sudanese in Diaspora to rally behind the SPLM party comes 2025 general elections.

Adil who is part of a government high-level delegation to New York for UN General Assembly got an opportunity to meet with the South Sudanese diaspora in the US where he encouraged them to rally behind the ruling SPLM party in the 2025 elections.

A few days ago, the Vice President for Service Cluster, Hussein Abdelbagi Akol, led government delegation to the 77th United Nations General Assembly in New York to represent President Salva Kiir.

The UNGA was expected to discuss a wide range of issues, including political uncertainties, energy crisis, climate change, Covid-19 pandemic and transforming education. The event was marked under the theme “a watershed moment: transformative solutions to interlocking challenges.

The government delegation included; Barnaba Marial Benjamin, Awut Deng Achuil, Josephine Napwon Cosmos, Yolanda Awel Deng, Stephen Par Kuol, Deng Dau Deng, Lily Albino Akol, Agok Makur, Emmanuel Adil Anthony and Denay Jock Chagor.

The Central Equatoria state governor met with the chairperson of SPLM Chapter USA Mr. Taban to discuss issues pertaining the ruling SPLM party and the prospects of the upcoming elections as slated towards the end of the Extended Revitalized Transitional Government of National Unity (R-TGoNU).

In a statement seen by No.1 Citizen Daily Newspaper, a member of the party in USA, Taban reaffirmed the chapter’s political will in the U.S. to support the ultimate victory of the ruling party in South Sudan given its track record.

Emmanuel Adil however delivered the party’s leader’s greetings and best wishes to the citizen residing across the United States of America as he virtually prepares to jet back to the Country to resume his gubernatorial duties.

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