In statement obtained by Thejubamirror News Desk Hon. Eng Charles Kisanga and Rt Hon Speaker Jemma Nunu has recouncils after long term bitterness and hatred
Over the weekend I and Rt Hon Speaker, Jemma Nunu Kumba, in the presence of WES SPLM chair Dr Kennedy Gaaniko met and discussed our difference over a good number of hours.
We have agreed to reconcile on our ow accord and work towards the good of our community as well as the good of South Sudan.
This is the beginning of the end of our WES and Azande divisions. I will continue to work towards the ultimate goal of presenting a united front of the Azande in SPLM. From today no more criticism or obstructions of our efforts but mutual respect towards one another’s goals.
United we can stand as a strong force to face the challenges that have been threatening even the very existence of our community. I too apologised to the Rt Hon Speaker Jemma Nunu if my critical writings offended her then let us bury that past and open new chapter of Azande unity and as movers of South Sudan politics.
Our division already made the course of endorsement rally for our President in Equatoria very difficult. Our unity is one way to support the staging of this rally to support the candidacy of our SPLM Flag bearer in the coming Elections, HE Salva Kiir Mayardit .
This news may not be liked by some other people but it is better than our past status quo. South Sudan is going through difficult challenges and such challenges need our collective efforts with no energy being wasted on fighting ourselves instead of supporting one another. If you still have your issue with Rt Hon Speaker than am not the right person you can persuade to be on your side but I can be a good mediator between you and her.
I thank Rt Hon Speaker for showing impossible political maturity and able to embrace love and forgiveness at any time.
Much thanks also to all past community leaders and elders who tried to reconcile us in the past. Your efforts were not in vain but prepared the ground for what took place.
Last not least my inlaw, Deputy Governor of WES Dr Kennedy Gaaniko, he never lost hope to bring his inlaw to his side and reconcile with Rt Hon. You have my blessing Dr Kennedy Gaaniko Baime, not a thank you.