SPLA Day: Kiir reiterates commitment to peace implementation

Soldiers of the Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) cheer up during the celebration at military headquarters in Juba, , on May 18, 2017.

South Sudan President Salva Kiir Mayardit has repeated his government’s commitment to implementing the Revitalize Peace agreement.

“We’re celebrating it amid revitalized peace agreement implementation, and we’re also engaged with holdout group to make this peace inclusive,” Kiir stated.

The Head of State saluted the armed as the country marked the 38th SPLA day anniversary on May 16th, 2021.

The day was signifying battalion 105, who fired the first bullet in Bor, and it also demonstrated the second phase of the nation’s journey to the statehouse.

Organize forces were solute and applauded on their duty while compromising “mounting challenges.” The president vowed soldier’s situation would not remind unresolved for long.

“With progress in the peace implementation, there is a silver lining in the horizon,” he echoed.

President Kiir added his engagement with the holdout group to smooth the transition to a peaceful settlement.

The citizens and stakeholders clapped relative upholding the cessation of hostilities among various forces to impact the agreement positively.

Red Army matched along streets of Juba celebrates SPLA day marked on May 16th. It’s a National holiday in South Sudan’s calendar many described as “Liberation Day.”

Former child soldier Atem Ngor said the day is dedicated to the citizens who contributed during 21 years of war, leading to independence on July 09th, 2011.

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