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New recruits during two-day orientation training held at Nyakuron Cultural Center in Juba on Saturday [Photo by Office of Governor]

SPLM trains 200 newly recruited members in Juba

The Sudan People’s Liberation Movement (SPLM) on Saturday held two-days training for 200 new recruits in Juba County of Central Equatoria State.

Bol Makueng Yuol, SPLM Secretary for External Relations urged new members to take part in the recruitment drive.

“I want everybody who committed himself or herself to the SPLM today in this hall to recruit new members,” said Makueng during the launch of two-day orientation training held in Juba.

“It has been work of Emmanual Adil Anthony and colleagues to bring you; it is now you to work to bring others,” he added.

Emmanual Adil Anthony, Central Equatoria State Governor urged the new recruits to prepare for upcoming elections in 2024.

“We are going for elections, last year people said the elections will take place in 2025, this information is wrong, the right information in the roadmap is that next year in December we are going for elections,” Adil said.

He called on party members to embark on the mobilization of citizens to participate in the upcoming polls.

“There is no time to waste; we are ready for elections. We in the SPLM are committed to compete for elections,” he said.  

Adil said the party’s Chairman President Salva Kiir will appear on the presidential ballot.

 “President Salva Kiir Mayardit is our Presidential flag bearer in upcoming elections and we don’t have time to waste,” he said.

Last year, the SPLM Political Bureau endorsed President Kiir as the sole candidate of the party.

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