SALVA KIIR IS NO LONGER ROCKING THE BOAT ALONE: THIS IS THE LIST, VERY SPLM-less!


BREAKING NEWS:

SALVA KIIR IS NO LONGER ROCKING THE BOAT ALONE, However, it is still to be seen if there is enough SPLM aboard, following his recent declaration telling those with grievances to leave and form their own party.

SALVA KIIR IS NO LONGER ROCKING THE BOAT ALONE, However, it is still to be seen if there is enough SPLM aboard, following his recent declaration telling those with grievances to leave and form their own party.

Gen. Salva Kiir Mayardit has just broken the long awaited news of the formation of his cabinet ministers…NO VICE PRESIDENT, yet. Watch this space for full analysis tomorrow…!

But before the full analysis, take it or leave it quickly from me here that this government formation does not augur well for the future of this nation! No, I am not being prophet of doom, but given the way the old SPLM stalwarts have been sidelined…not that alone…but made scapegoats to should the blame of corruption, as if they are the only 75! The only mistake Kiir has made, which any shrewed politician cannot easily make, is dismissing almost the whole government in one day! Who said they cannot decamp and demand even the same powers of his? Check the list of the so-called PolitBureau!

Secondly, when I used the suffix ‘less’ in the SPLM above, I mean it. This is not a government of national unity, no crisis have occurred to warrant such amorphous sharing of power. The ruling party should take it all, or all those parties: NCP, SSDF, etc. will compete with the SPLM and the result will be that ‘too many cooks of differing experiences will spoil the broth’ (God forbid it, please!). Or who did not hear Omar al Bashir swearing during the Heglig clashes that he was going to ‘liberate asharat del mn SPLM beta’um deh’? To liberate us from our SPLM? How? Wait and see…!

THE LIST THAT MAY LEAD TO…IS HERE…!

  1. Kuol Manyang Juuk– Defense and Veteran Affairs

  2. Aleu Ayieny Aleu- Interior and Wildlife Conservation

  3. Obuto Mamur Mete – Security Office of the President

  4. Dr. Riek Gai – Health

  5. Abdalla Deng Nhial – Electricity, Dams and Water Resources

  6. Stephen Dhieu Dau- Mining and Petroleum, and Industry

  7. Jemma Nunu Kumba – Land, Housing and Physical Planning

  8. Martin Elia Lomuro – Cabinet affairs

  9. Tellar Riing Deng – Justice

  10. Agrey Tisa Sabuni– Finance, Commerce and Economic Planning

  11. Michael Makuei Lueth– Information, Broadcasting and Telecommunication and Postal Services

  12. Simon Mijok Mijak -Transport, Road and Bridges

  13. Awut Deng Acuil– Gender and Social Development

  14. Ngor Kulang Ngor- Culture, Youth and Sport

  15. Kong Danyier Gaklouk – Labor, Public Service and Human Resource Development

  16. Beda Machar Teng – Agriculture, Forestry, Tourism and Animal Resources and Fisheries

  17. John Gai Yoh – Education, Science and Technology

  18. Marial Benjamin Barnaba- Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation (was announced earlier)

  19. Minister in the Office of the President (To be appointed yet…)

NB: LIST OF DEPUTY MINISTERS TO FOLLOW SHORTLY

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