Malong Awan sheds tears on the postponement of the scheduled July 1, Rome Talks.

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Malong Awan sheds tears on the postponement of the scheduled July 1, Rome Talks.

 

By Joseph Dut Deng

It is no longer news having now known the state of anguish Malong is in. He sees anything that does not take him to Juba tomorrow as a making of an enemy. The enemy is Akol Koor whom he has been blaming for all his sufferings. Even postponement resulting from the mere clash of schedules is attributable to Akol Koor.
Malong is exhausted from being in exile. He cannot sustain himself any further because money has been depleted by his extravagant lifestyle and political merchants who are promising him heaven and earth in his compound as a strategy to dry him up financially. His hopes were anchored in their plan with Nhial Deng who was aiming for a Presidential seat through politics of succession and whose strategy was that of taking Malong to Juba with others so that the new group can act as a deterrent to any hijackers, perceived or real. Malong who fought hard to destroy SSOMA was unaware that his actions were two-edged swords. While trying to destroy the National Salvation Front(NAS), he was also hurting himself indirectly. The wound is now deep on his side. Help extended to him by SSOMA parties has dried up finally. He is only remaining with rhetorics and inefficient confidence and self-belief. His Movement has been gutted by a wildfire that he ignited. Makuac Lual was the actor within. He burnt the boss by first destroying the forces, segregate loyal members including a murder attempt on Dut Yai Anyar, and finally used General Malong to dismantle the movement by fighting the vibrant cadres who were keeping the candle burning.
Makuac later heaped a reward after jeopardizing Malongโ€™s situation through Naivasha’s exodus. All went as Malong remains with inexperienced mouthpieces of Makuac and on-duty collaborators who are now the internal representatives of Akol Koor.

Two men are reporting all Malongโ€™s activities daily, and their names are Lual Dau and Garang Diing Majok. They are doing this in keeping the spirit of the downfall of Malong in force. While they do the reporting, they can also give Malong off to their master anytime. Their subservient nature keeps them in harmony with Malong but their plans are bigger than that.
Malongโ€™s trials to make recruitment is a trick to always let the public see him as a certain force deserving of acknowledgment.

There is no way, Nuers that he murdered in their thousands would dare fight for him. Stephen Buay who was teaming up with Malong in the Nuers killing thinks he would mobilize Nuers in the interest of Malong who in actuality betrayed him and that led to his demotion would achieve anything on that line. He must stop lying to himself. Malong betrayed him. He was caught a prosecuted because Malongโ€™s cousins leaked his communication with Malong to Tut Kew and others. If he can now adore his betrayers, he must know that Nuers are not foolish, they know their enemy. They cannot help Malong and since matters are getting hotter with the advent of each day, the unsuspecting public should now learn that Malong has no political agenda but a quick return to Juba. He can kneel to beg for that if there was a possibility. He is depleted. He has no headway because politics is a game not of assumption but of calculations on possibilities. After exposing his desperation and lack of power, he remains dancing to any fake tune like a headless chicken. The then goons in his Movement even suppressed him further. Malong is in the hot soup. He is restless. The pressure is high but all doors are closed. He wants an urgent return to Juba but is not materializing. Malong has been surrounded by vultures that are ready to feast on him. He seems unaware because he is deceptively thinking that he is using them to achieve his goal.
Instead, he is being used. He was spotted crying because of the postponement of the talks scheduled in Rome. His hopes were darted and he could not help hold his tears. He even blamed himself for not surrendering to Nhial during the first Rome rounds. He is hoping to see elders begging President Kiir on his behalf for his return to Juba. Politics has gone bitter. Pride is fading and power is a distant memory.

The only hope remaining now is for him to surrender to Juba before it’s too late. No one is giving him an ear since his juncture of vulnerability has been uncovered.

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