GENERAL LAZARUS SAMBEIYO
SECRETARY OF IGAD SECRETARIAT TO SUDAN PEACE TALKS.
Issued by Members of Civil Society organizations and groups in South Sudan
The people of Upper Nile have seen so little stability let alone food, medicine and other basic needs for some years now. In the spirit of the upcoming Holy Christmas, the just ended Holy month of Ramadan and the end of year, New Sudanese Indigenous NGOs (NESI) Network compassionately appeals to all friends, sympathizers and supporters of the oppressed people of Sudan to aid these suffering people of Upper Nile.
The New Sudanese Indigenous NGOs (NESI) hereby strongly condemns the escalation and continued gross violations of basic freedoms by the Sudanese government. Terror is the only word that can truly describe the way of rule the government of Sudan has been doing for more than 10 years. In Sudan, the month of October alone has seen a lot.
Situation Analysis in the New Sudan: An Overview
At about 3:00 p.m. local time Thursday 9th November 2000, the GOS heavily bombed innocent civilians killing 5 civilians and injuring 7 others. Some of these bombs were dropped on Sudan Medical Care (SMC) health centre destroying one ward.