‘SPLM is here to stay,’ says Governor Adil

By Tereza Jeremiah Chuei

The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) interim Chairman in Central Equatoria State Governor Emmanuel Adil Anthony boasted that the ruling SPLM party under the leadership of President Salva Kiir is here to stay.

He was speaking yesterday during the SPLM National Liberation Council meeting in Juba.

He echoed to bad wishers and oppositions that the “SPLM” party is here to stay, telling the dreamers of bad wishes that they will wait until kingdom comes.

“The SPLM under your wise guidance (President Salva Kiir) shall keep (fighting) against all odds and that explains the reasons why we have reached this far, as for those desperately waiting for the defeat of mighty glorious SPLM, let them wait until kingdom comes, SPLM is here to stay,” Adil echoed.

Speaking during the NLC meeting, the Central Equatoria State governor and SPLM State interim chair said that the war of 2016 made a great impact on the party, causing some of the party comrades to join opposition forces.

He also furthered that same as 2013 which negatively impacted the party almost to the point to reverse the achievements that were done by the party since 2005.

Adil hails President Salva Kiir who is also the Chairman of the Party for having fought all the odds after the dismay of his predecessor Dr. John Garang de Mabior to keep the party alive.

“Let us agree to put our house in order and decide for unconditional unity of purpose and where there are cracks, let us fix them and make SPLM more formidable than ever before for us and for the good of our Country,” he underscored.

“There is a need to relent efforts to manage the situation of the pre-conflict error, therefore this calls for real unity of the party members and unity of the nation in general, so that we can be able to face any political challenge by any political forces” he continued.

Governor Adil however revealed that the party is facing challenge of the indiscipline, and he’s urging the party team to get solution to the issue.

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