The South Sudan History and Historical Anniversary of the SPLM/A
May 15th, 2010----As of 1983, this was the day Sudanese Freedom and democracy born in Sudanese History. On May 16, 1983, Kerubino Kuanyin Bol, a lieutenant colonel in the Sudanese army, led a mutiny in Bor town.The Sudan People's Liberation Army (SPLA) and Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM) led the by Hero Late Dr. John Garang De Mabior took armed against Khartoum Regime to launch Democratic transformation in Sudan. Every time 16th May comes, every Sudanese leaves their homes to come together celebrating this day peacefully and happily since it was the time when freedom and equality come exist in Sudan. The Civil war was fueled by the ethnic, religious, and political conflicts that existed for several years since 1956, the Sudan gained its independence.
This is a 27th Day of celebrating 16th May since 1983........this time Sudanese people give special thanks and remember the heroes and heroines, and all martyrs who sacrificed themselves for the freedom and equality struggles for once and all in the name of the SPLM/A. This thanks goes to: 1. late Cdr Dr John Garang, 2. late Cdr Kerubino Kuanyin Bol 3. late Cdr William Nyuon Bany 4. Cdr Salva Kiir Mayardit 5. late Cdr Arok Thon Arok 6 late Cdr Nyacigak Nyaculuk 7. late Cdr John Kualang 8. Cdr Dr Riek Machar Teny 9. Cdr Dr Lam Akol Ajawin 10 late Cdr Yusif Kuwa Mekki 11. Cdr James Wani Igga 12.Cdr Daniel Awet Akot 13. Cdr Kuol Manyang Juk 14. late Cdr Martin Manyiel Ayuel 15. Cdr Lual Diing Wol 16. Cdr Gelario, and the list goes on, on, on, on, and on again. The SPLM manifesto, which is A manifesto is a public declaration of principles and intentions, often political in nature was also headed by Uncle Joseph Udhuo and Judge Martin Majier Gai as judges. and others who followed them. May God rest all Martyrs, heroes, and heroines in PEACE, and again May God still Blessing the currently leaders to lead us into promised land! The SPLA forces deserve credits for the commiments and all kind of sacrifices during the war in the South Sudan. The SPLA/M intially transformed Sudan History and political backgrounds since that year people toook armed against Khartoum to liberate all Sudanese people who suffered for centuries.
The SPLM/A invited all Sudanese nationals worldwide to celebrate 16th May, 1983 morally and physically wherever Sudanese people live in.
Long Live SPLM! Long live SPLA! Long live Sudanese people!
By Majok Mike-Mike