Docleaks

The DOCleaks page is about important documents officially leaked for the positive benefits of my leaders, of my readers and of myself, most of which were jointly co-authored by me. Please, click the link below to go through the PDF reports of:

OOPSLEAKS….!

Thanks to the Snowdens (whistleblowers) of OoPS! (Office of President Salva) for their watchfulness on our national resources. I share these leaks coz I have a strong belief that some scrupulous citizens are cheating the nation in the name of our president.

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“Unabashedly, the office of the president is increasingly becoming synonymous with rampant corruption and egregious incompetence. As the President grapples with restoring peace, order and tranquility to the nation after the aborted coup attempt of the 15 December 2013, his closest aides, are hell bent on the belief that its the endgame for the president and his government: And their focus has shifted to amassing as much wealth as they could, while times last. For the aides, their aim of colossal embezzlement requires two things: a closely knitted network united together in corrupt practices, since corruption ensures loyalty; and secondly, a vertical power structure that are semi-illiterate in order to deprive them of logical reasoning or critical thinking, but most important of all, they have to be tribal to ensure maximum secrecy.” (The leaked documents reads from Nyamilepedia as found from foreign sources, aka, Intelleaks).

To read the full PDF letter here, click this link….to Intelleaks…!

http://nyamile.com/inte-leaks/intelleaks/

 

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THE SEER POEM:

Thank God, they are fulfilling my book of poetry, the first in the series called ‘Politics in Poetics’.

 

Poem 117

Officially

Licensed

Thieves

 

You’re put in charge of our fund,

You put them aside for your fun.

You organize for your fans fanfare,

You use our funds for your fun-fare.

 

You call yourself a chief,

We regard you as a thief.

Lo, you continue to steal,

Your licence shan’t be still.

 

For you are depriving the public

Of the development of their republic.

Pests of our peace, may you rest apiece

In the Land you suck, milk, fail to appease.

 

Heed to this alarm bell to wake up the nation,

To condemn them who feed us with the ration.

Damn the official thieves of, for and by the people,

And them that issue them the licences of the people.

Tingled

Tinkers, tinkle

The jingle jangle.

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ILLUSTRATION QUOTE:

If you give to a thief he cannot steal from you, and he is then no longer a thief.

William Saroyan.

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Poem 116

Conductors or Con Doctors?

 

You are put in charge of public transport,

To conduct it with our money,

You turn to misconduct us,

And colonize our pockets,

A conductor turned con doctor!

 

You are put in charge of public health,

To fight disease and save life,

You turn to amass your wealth thru our health,

And make our pain your gain,

A health conductor turned hell’s con doctor!

 

You are put in charge of public laws,

To conduct the nation towards moral safety.

You shout air of noise for which you are paid,

And conduct our nationhood by falsehood,

A lawyer turned liar!

 

You are put in charge of public prayers,

To conduct us towards heaven,

You tend to misconduct God’s people

For forty years in the spiritual wilderness,

A pastor turned buster!

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ILLUSTRATION QUOTE:

Beware of these teachers of religious laws! For they love to parade in flowing robes and to have every one bow to them as they walk in the marketplaces. And how they love the seats of honor in the synagogues and at banquets. But they shamelessly cheat widows out of their property, and then, to cover up the people they really are, they make long prayers in public. Because of this, their punishment will be the greater.

Jesus Christ

Mark 12:38 – 40

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Poem 118

 

The Kinship with a Kingship

 

Even the monarch’s co-cousins

Dip their hands deep into our coffers,

And fool us, and pull for themselves dozens;

Of course none of all gives them the state’s offers.

 

All those self-made Royalties

Do claim from our toils’ royalties.

They assume and consume of powers real regal,

Yet their assumptions for consumptions are not legal.

 

By hierarchy, we’re their loyalists,

And by oligarchy, they’re our royalists.

We know to the monarchy they’re a far kinship,

It is they by remote anarchy who fake on us kingship.

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Poem 119

 

They do not comport with comfort

 

They know it’s wrong,

But say, “for how long

Won’t our golden goal

Hit the dead end of the olden gaol?”

It is a fact well known that a crime

Carried as a career since the prime

Will end up in discomfort.

Since they do not comport

Themselves as with their own in-laws,

They comfort themselves with outlaws.

 

Thence, they inherit a family curse,

Hence, empties forever their purse.

Since they know the norms they’re breaking with their effort,

For they do not comport themselves, hence lose the comfort.

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For more on the Intelleaks, click this link to Nyamilepedia…. http://nyamile.com/2014/07/07/corruption-in-the-office-of-the-president/

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THE DURA SAGA….

In March 2009 when the Dura Project was excitedly being brewed up by the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning, there was a mystery in the project’s finance and economic viability, realisticity and/or relevance. I, being the Chief Editor for The Star newspaper then, I reacted as follows on the paper’s editorial column:

THAT IS A BIG SCANDAL!

Sudan is a country of many idle spaces: empty
spaces on land, empty spaces in the population
density, and now empty spaces in terms of time.
In other words, Sudan, especially Southern Sudan, has
so many holidays that could amount to 50% of its working
time.
Take, for example, out of the weekly seven days, the
three compulsory spiritual holidays, which are not actually
holy days, plus other government-imposed no-work
day (like the ICC Arrest Warrant Day/March 4) and public
anniversaries such as CPA and May 16, not forgetting
international holidays. To be more specifi c, the fi rst week
of May had 5 holidays: three weekend days in addition to
Labour Day (May 1) and International Press Day (May 3):
all these at the expense of public works.
What do we exactly mean here? An anniversary or public
holiday is supposed to be a day people sacrifi ce millions
of cash in daily business transactions to refl ect on the
theme of that particular day, but in our case, every public
holiday is taken by our people as a day of resting, drinking,
dancing…no wonder our economy has kicked off with
alcohol industries and disco halls!
Southerners should take note of the difference between
leisure and entertainment, laziness and idleness. All these
related terms are always confused. For instance, the difference
between the latter pair is that idleness is a situation
where there is nothing to do whereas laziness is when there
is something but not to do. So the question is are our people
idle or lazy? Of course, idleness and leisure are mother and
father of laziness, but entertainment is not. The ‘how’ part
of this phenomenon calls for further research.
The problem with us is not laziness or idleness, it is
what and who are the causes of these situations? To point
a fi nger, it is not productive for our government (GOSS)
to spend millions of our oil dollars on buying relief food
to eradicate hunger from Southern Sudan. Ah, relief food
again! Leave alone the procurement procedures, it is an insult
to let the East African local farmers produce cereals for
consumption by Southern Sudanese population.
What does it take to grow maize? A hoe and soil. Then
why not spend our oil on our soil? Simply buy tools and
seeds, instead. Kenya and Uganda, which are now spoonfeeding
Southern Sudan, are only endowed with soil, no
oil. How come that we Southern Sudanese, blessed with
both, depend on them?
Whoever is the author of this economic plan, be it our
parliament or the Ministry of Finance and Economic Planning,
should have their CVs re-examined. The evil and
curse resulting from this plan is not only encouraging laziness
but also corruption. Not only that, but the scandal is
already bringing down governments in East Africa.
Now, who will bell the cat, or who will investigate and
expose this scandal from GoSS? In East Africa, the Anti-
Corruption Commission does investigate and the Media
exposes the scandal as now happening with the same Maize
Scandal in Kenya. But that is East Africa. For Southern
Sudanese journalists, the wrestling warning motto applies: “Don’t try this at home!!”

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Full story references (PDF list)

a)- Click this link to the full 24-page 9th edition of The Star Newspaper: JST0404_Issue9new

b)- The same Dura Saga published by my fellow blogger on:

http://paanluelwel2011.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/the-dura-saga-fat-cats/

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JONGLEI PEACE SEARCH

1- The Jonglei Fact-finding Mission on the causes and solutions to the tribal/cattle wars going on there for decades on the Tribal Conflict Triangle.

Peace Assessment Report.pdf

2- Public-Private Cooperation (Partner) conducted in 2009 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Government of the Netherlands, with the local facilitation by John Penn de Ngong, courtesy of ICCO

http://www.clingendael.nl/publications/2009/20090900_report_cru_southern_sudan.pdf

http://www.clingendael.nl/publications/2009/20090900_paper_cru_hemmer_elections_sudan.pdf

http://www.clingendael.nl/publications/2010/20100300_cru_policy_brief_13_jort_hemmer.pdf

3- The Total E & P Baseline study on Block B (Jonglei State) in which I took part in 2008 has some material in this link.

http://sudan.total.com/fichiers/mediaLibrary/SOUDAN/publications/PDF_du_site_Total_au_Soudan_VA.pdf

NB: This document by a friend analyses the long walk to this freedom, while correcting a doctored history by a political tribalist. Read through, especially the late Dr. Garang’s letter to Addis Ababa Team and let us show a thumb to Deng Dekuek for his patriotic research and correction.

http://www.newsudanvision.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2459:dr-john-garang-the-splm-and-the-question-of-unity-a-rebuttal-to-mr-elhag-paul&Itemid=14

This is not criticism, it is a critique by a critic on the truest status quo of our naive nation. Just have a look at it if you are a bibliophile:

http://www.swp-berlin.org/fileadmin/contents/products/research_papers/2012_RP04_lac.pdf

JONGLEI COMMUNITIES PEACE CONFERENCE (05/05/2012)

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THE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH SUDAN

THE PRESIDENTIAL COMMITTEE FOR COMMUNITY PEACE, RECONCILIATION AND TOLERANCE IN JONGLEI STATE

JONGLEI STATE COMMUNITIES CONFERENCE

FOR PEACE, RECONCILIATION AND TOLERANCE

 

held in Bor, 1st 5th May 2012

 

CONFERENCE RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS

 

PREAMBLE

 

We, the eighty four (84) chiefs, elders, women and youth representing all eleven counties and all six communities of Jonglei State met in the Jonglei State Communities Conference in Bor from 1st – 5th May 2012. Prior to this members of the Presidential Committee held consultations and mini-conferences in the four former districts of Akobo, Bor, Fangak and Pibor.

The Conference was also attended by His Excellency Governor Kuol Manyang Juuk; national and state ministers; members of the national and state legislative assemblies; chairpersons of national commissions; County Commissioners; religious leaders; intellectuals; UNMISS; international observers and experts; and was organised by the Presidential Committee for Peace, Reconciliation and Tolerance in Jonglei State.

Taking note of the insecurity along our border with the Republic of Sudan, the Conference expresses its concern at the aggressive behaviour of the government of Sudan, continuing bombardment of innocent civilians, and its support for rebel militias in the Republic of South Sudan.

The Conference expressed its concern and alarm at the worsening conflict and insecurity amongst the communities in Jonglei State, and affirmed its desire and commitment for peace, reconciliation, tolerance and peaceful coexistence.

The Conference appreciates the initiative of His Excellency the President of the Republic in setting up the Committee for Peace, Reconciliation and Tolerance in Jonglei State.

The Conference welcomes the decision of the national government to disarm civilians throughout the country and particularly in Jonglei State, and pledges its support for comprehensive disarmament.

The Conference appreciates the positive role of the Sudan People’s Liberation Army for the increased security and protection and for its responsible conduct during the disarmament campaign.

The Conference appreciates the willingness of all the communities and their leaders to tell and hear the consequences of the conflict.

 

PROBLEM STATEMENT

The Conference identified the following problems which need to be addressed to bring a sustainable peace:

  1. Aggression by Republic of Sudan against Republic of South Sudan

This was identified as a major problem for peace, stability and development in South Sudan.

  1. Insecurity caused by conflict between communities

Serious conflict has taken place between various communities, and has escalated recently. Of particular concern are attacks by criminals on other communities.

  1. Killing of vulnerable persons (including children, women, elderly, disabled)

The scale of fighting has escalated, with the killing and mutilation of women, children, elderly and disabled. This is different to traditional conflicts.

  1. Abduction of women and children, whether by violence, kidnapping or trafficking

Abduction of women and children is a major problem. In some cases they are kidnapped rather than abducted violently, and sometimes they are trafficked.

  1. Theft of livestock

Theft and looting of livestock is a major source of conflict between communities.

  1. Under-development

Lack of basic services, such as schools, medical facilities, roads, water points for humans and livestock, telecommunications, has been identified by all communities as a factor in causing conflict.

  1. Unemployment

Alternative livelihoods for youth are needed so that they can be encouraged to refrain from cattle raiding and fighting.

  1. Trauma

Individuals and communities have been traumatised by decades of civil war as well as the
inter-communal conflicts.

  1. Food insecurity

Food insecurity is both a cause and a result of the conflicts.

  1. Internal displacement

Internal displacement is also both a cause and result of the conflicts.

  1. Border disputes

There are a number of disputes between communities over borders and also water and grazing rights which contribute to conflict.

  1. Government and administration issues

While not within the mandate of this Conference to address these issues directly, various issues relating to government and administration have been identified by the communities and are noted here for the responsible authorities to consider.

  1. Other issues

Some issues have been identified which do not fit into any of the above categories.

RESOLUTIONS

In order to address these problems, the Conference makes the following Resolutions:

A. Aggression by the Republic of Sudan against the Republic of South Sudan

The Conference condemns the barbaric aggression against the Republic of South Sudan by the Republic of Sudan, supports the President, government and SPLA in resisting this aggression, and affirms that the people of Jonglei State stand ready to fulfil their patriotic duty in the defence of the nation.

B. Insecurity caused by conflict between communities

a)    Sensitisation to create awareness amongst the rural communities of Jonglei state.

b)    Combat woman and child abduction and trafficking.

c)    Promotion of intra/inter-community interactions, sports, workshops, conferences, marriage, follow-up teams, etc.

d)    Meetings between cattle camp youth.

e)    Murle to distance themselves from David Yau Yau rebel forces.

C. Killing of vulnerable persons (including women, children, elderly, disabled)

a)    Stop wanton killing.

b)    Waive compensation for those killed in the past.

c)    Compensation to be paid for those killed since the beginning of the current disarmament campaign, as a deterrent.

D. Abduction of women and children, whether by violence, kidnapping or trafficking

a)    Tracing and identification of abductees.

b)    Immediate return of abductees where possible.

c)    Regularisation of status by negotiation for those who cannot be returned.

d)    Registration of births, marriages and deaths.

E. Theft of livestock

a)    Community policing.

b)    Amnesty for livestock stolen in the past.

c)    Chiefs to control thieves, raiders and abductors.

d)    Bride price to be discussed in each community.

F. Trauma

a)    Sports activities.

b)    Social transformation of youth through moral and religious orientation.

c)    Encouraging forgiveness and reconciliation at every level, including political parties, civil society, faith communities, etc.

G. Border disputes

a)    Grazing and water rights need to be negotiated by joint committees of chiefs.

H. Other issues

a)    Lou Nuer to continue distancing themselves from the prophet. Other communities should deal appropriately with their kujurs.

b)    Enlightenment of the people so that they do not follow those (such as David Yau Yau) who rebel against the government.

RECOMMENDATIONS

The Conference also makes the following Recommendations:

I. Insecurity caused by conflict between communities

a)    Enforcement of law and order.

b)    Effective buffer zones.

c)    Aerial surveillance.

d)    Roads and communications.

e)    Enact laws regulating the ownership of firearms and close illegal sources of firearms.

f)     Implementation of Bentiu Accord (armed chiefs’ guards).

g)    Recruit youth leaders into organised forces.

h)    Address the issue of criminals already in other communities’ territory.

i)     Alcohol production, sale and consumption must be regulated.

j)     SPLA should continue with comprehensive disarmament.

J. Killing of vulnerable persons (including women, children, elderly, disabled)

a)    Arrest and trial of culprits.

b)    Government to protect civilians.

c)    Government to address threats by armed insurgents.

K. Abduction of women and children, whether by violence, kidnapping or trafficking

a)    Enforcement of rule of law to prevent abduction and trafficking.

b)    Trial of culprits, including traffickers, and severe punishment.

L. Theft of livestock

a)    Creation of an anti-stock theft unit.

b)    Deployment of police.

c)    Regulation of movement of livestock at borders between payams, counties and states.

d)    Enhancing equipment of security forces.

e)    Aerial surveillance.

f)     Recovery and return of stolen livestock.

g)    Arrest and trial of culprits.

M. Under-development

a)    Equitable sharing of resources.

b)    Schools and health centres.

c)    Roads.

d)    Telecommunications.

e)    Strengthening local administration.

f)     Health centres.

g)    Water points for humans and animals.

N. Unemployment

a)    Create employment opportunities.

b)    Reformatory/rehabilitation schools.

c)    Absorb youth into organised forces (prisons, wildlife, etc).

d)    Equitable employment.

e)    Exploitation of natural resources.

f)     Farming.

g)    Income-generating activities.

h)    Vocational training

O. Trauma

a)    Individual and community counselling.

b)    Creation of conducive living conditions.

c)    Address special needs, including disability.

d)    Use of mass media.

P. Food insecurity

a)    Provide security so people can produce food.

b)    Veterinary drugs.

c)    Dissemination of weather early warning reports.

d)    Resettlement and rehabilitation of displaced persons.

e)    Road infrastructure.

f)     Food support to vulnerable groups.

g)    Provision of tools, improved seeds and agricultural training.

h)    Microfinance schemes.

i)      Cooperatives.

j)      Managing floods and other natural disasters.

R. Internal displacement

a)    Relief, resettlement and rehabilitation of IDPs.

b)    Provision of security.

c)    Provision of orphanages.

S. Border disputes

a)    State to regulate and expedite border demarcation between payams, counties and states.

b)    Security to be provided to facilitate movement and trade across the international border with Ethiopia.

T. Government and administration issues

a)    Empowerment of traditional leadership.

b)    Government to treat all communities equally.

c)    Governor should visit all communities regularly.

d)    Creation of new counties and states to be discussed.

e)    Location of state capital to central area should be discussed.

f)     Location of some county HQs to be discussed.

g)    Provision of prisons in the counties.

h)    Provision of judges and public prosecutors; construction of courts in the counties.

i)     Upgrading of unqualified civil servants through capacity-building.

j)     Payment of salaries to chiefs.

U. Other issues

a)    Demining.

b)    Akobo River to be dredged.

c)    Land issues of the Anyuak community in Akobo.

d)    Monitoring Committee to follow up implementation of commitments and related issues.

e)    Government at national and state level to commit financial and material resources to implement the recommendations made in the Conference.

IMPLEMENTATION

The Conference recognises that there have been many peace conferences in Jonglei State in the past and that many of their resolutions and recommendations are similar to the Resolutions and Recommendations of this Conference, but have not been implemented.

We, the participants in this Conference, commit ourselves to implement the Resolutions of the Conference, and urge the appropriate authorities, the political leadership and the citizens to take seriously the Recommendations.

The Conference has prepared a Plan of Action (attached as an appendix) which identifies who is responsible for implementing each of the Resolutions and Recommendations, and the time frame for implementation.

 

FOLLOW UP

The Conference believes that peace is a process and that for the fruits of this conference to be fully enjoyed by the people of Jonglei State, there must be monitoring and follow-up implementation. Hence the Conference humbly requests His Excellency the President to consider how this follow-up can best be achieved.

 

CONCLUSION

We, the participants in the Conference, representing the six communities of Jonglei State:

  • Commit ourselves to peace, reconciliation and tolerance amongst our communities.
  • Commit ourselves to these Resolutions.
  • Appeal to our national and state governments to assist and to ensure that they are implemented.

The six signitories of the All-Jonglei Peace Agreement signed on May 5, 2012

Paramount and Head Chiefs   Jonglei State
S/# Name in Full Sex County Payam Position

1

Majual Reath Diryiem M Fangak Paramount Chief

2

James Machar Jock M Korfulus Paramount Chief

3

Buong Dual M Ayod Paramount Chief

4

Ngantho Kavula Pibor Likuanglei Paramount Chief

5

Malaak Ayuen M Bor Anyidi Paramount Chief

6

Manyok Ajak Majok M Twic East Paker Paramount Chief

7

Duot Ajang Duot M Twic East Kongoor Paramount Chief

8

Chuei Leek Kachuol M Duk Payuel Paramount Chief

9

Dak Dheyier Guet M Nyirol Pulturuk Head Chief

10

Chual Jok Deit M Nyirol Waat Head Chief

11

Yien Chual Gakgok M Akobo Akobo East Head Chief

12

Chuol Dol Yak M Akobo Akobo West Head Chief

13

Chol Odier Omot M Akobo Akobo East Head Chief

14

Lam Ruot Yuot M Ayod Chief

15

Aloryo Adoro M Pibor Likuanglei Chief

16

Gulech Logocho Wawu M Pibor Gumruk Chief

17

Nyelang Ngaruben M Pibor Gumruk Chief

18

Ngachile Allan M Pibor Gumruk Chief

19

Longidang Lothiboi Lom M Pibor Boma Chief

20

Minalem Ngakutul M Pibor Boma Chief

21

Akway Nygwa Akway M Pochalla King

22

Didumo Metho Agwa M Pochalla King

23

Ojul Oman Nyigwa M Pochalla Chief

24

Okolo Othow Ojiel M Pochalla Chief

25

Alier Aluong M Bor Chief

26

Manyok Deng Biar M Twic East Wanglei Chief

27

Awai Ajang Awai M Twic East Wernyol Chief

28

Deng Mabur Malual M Duk Padiet Chief
Jonglei Communities Peace   Conference
Held in Bor town South   Sudan,May 1-5,2012
Delegates
S/# Name in Full Sex County Payam Position Signature
  Greater Akobo        

1

Dak Dheyier Guet M Nyirol Pulturuk Head Chief

2

Chual Jok Deit M Nyirol Waat Head Chief

3

Top Tutnyiel Wanmor M Nyirol Waat Elder

4

Jok Biel Tel M Nyirol Pulturuk Elder

5

Martha Nyaluok Giel F Nyirol Lanken Women Rep

6

Wei Bol Bedhal M Nyirol Waat Youth Leader

7

Deng Wanglual Kuoa M Nyirol Padim Youth Leader

8

Isaac Kuach Duoth M Nyirol Nyirol Commissioner

9

Yien Chual Gakgok M Akobo Akobo East Head Chief

10

Chuol Dol Yak M Akobo Akobo West Head Chief

11

Chol Odier Omot M Akobo Akobo East Head Chief

12

Tang Mun Ter M Akobo Elder

13

Nyabuong Wigien Chol F Akobo Women Asso

14

Abong Okony Okollo F Akobo Akobo East Women Asso

15

Gok Nahek Kok M Akobo Youth Leader

16

Gatluak Thow Kuony M Uror Pieri Paramount Chief

17

Kuon Chotlual Chan M Uror Weikol Head Chief

18

Riei Mabil Waar M Uror Weikol Elder

19

Nyantut Dhol Digiew F Uror Pieri Women Rep

20

Nyanret Gatkuoth F Uror Motot Women Rep

21

Tut Nyang Gatkal M Uror Pieri Youth Rep

22

Pakol Chan Reath M Uror Pulchuol Youth Rep

23

Simon Hoth Duoth M Uror Uror Commissioner

Greater   Fangak

1

James Maluit Rauch M Fangak Commissioner

2

Gatluak Mayiol Deng M Fangak Administrator

3

Paulino Khau Juok M Fangak Youth

4

Majual Reath Diryiem M Fangak Paramount Chief

5

Peter Keak Bei M Fangak Pastor

6

Kuach Char Nyuon M Fangak Elder

7

Sarah Nyapura Duop F Fangak Women Group

8

James Machar Jock M Korfulus Paramount Chief

9

Abraham Nyok Manyuot M Korfulus Youth

10

Nyankor Ayuel Bol F Korfulus Women Group

11

Micheal Chol Monynok M Korfulus Elder

12

James Mawich Makuach M Ayod Commisioner

13

Buong Dual M Ayod Paramount Chief

14

Lam Ruot Yuot M Ayod Chief

15

Isaac Mathok Riek M Ayod Elder

16

James Chuol Bitong M Ayod Pastor

17

Rebecca Nyadak Yik F Ayod Women Group

18

Ruach Chang Mirruot M Ayod Youth

19

John Jack Deang M Ayod Youth

20

Wal Gai Pathot M Ayod Youth

Greater   Pibor

1

Joshua Konyi M Pibor Gumruk commissioner

2

Ngantho Kavula Pibor Likuanglei Paramount Chief

3

Aloryo Adoro M Pibor Likuanglei Chief

4

Gulech Logocho Wawu M Pibor Gumruk Chief

5

Simon Korton Tulki M Pibor Pibor Youth Leader

6

Korok Ngare M Pibor Gumruk Chief

7

Nyany Korok Kolitok M Pibor Pibor Youth Leader

8

John Kengen M Pibor Pibor Youth Leader

9

Mariam John Konyi F Pibor Pibor Women rep

10

Nyelang Ngaruben M Pibor Gumruk Chief

11

Ngachile Allan M Pibor Gumruk Chief

12

Longidang Lothiboi Lom M Pibor Boma Chief

13

Minalem Ngakutul M Pibor Boma Chief

14

Simon Nanyie Lopai M Pibor Boma/Kothngor Youth Leader

15

Joseph Okello Wello M Pochalla Commisioner

16

Akway Nygwa Akway M King

17

Didumo Metho Agwa M King

18

Ojul Oman Nyigwa M Chief

19

Okolo Othow Ojiel M Chief

20

Akway Ajao Okello F Women Rep

21

Odangi Aballa Ojulo M Youth Leader

22

Abang Odol Ojulo M Youth Leader

Greater   Bor

1

Maker Kur M Bor Jale Elder

2

Behr Ngong M Bor Kolnyang Elder

3

Majier Alier M Bor Kolnyang Youth

4

Chol Mach M Bor Makuach Youth

5

Alier Aluong M Bor Chief

6

Malaak Ayuen M Bor Anyidi Paramount Chief

7

Yar Koriom F Bor Baidit Women rep

8

Maker Lual M Bor Bor Commissioner

9

Manyok Ajak Majok M Twic East Paker Paramount Chief

10

Duot Ajang Duot M Twic East Kongoor Paramount Chief

11

Manyok Deng Biar M Twic East Wanglei Chief

12

Awai Ajang Awai M Twic East Wernyol Chief

13

Deng Pech Lual M Twic East Wanglei Youth

14

Thon Majok Garang M Twic East Wanglei Youth

15

Apajok Dau Manyang F Twic East Woman Rep

16

Dau Akoi M Twic East Twic East Commissioner

17

Chuei Leek Kachuol M Duk Payuel Paramount Chief

18

Deng Mabur Malual M Duk Padiet Chief

19

Madhier Luk Yai M Duk Dongchak Youth

20

Garang Yol Duop M Duk Panyang Youth

21

Abuk Pathot Aluong F Duk Padiet Women Rep

22

Reth Aluom Jok M Duk Panyang Elder

23

Kuir Chok Kuir M Duk Payuel Youth

24

Elijah Mochnom Wuor M Duk Duk Commissioner
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