Exposed! How Security Chief Gen. Akol Has Been Hoodwinking Oppressed S.Sudanese While Sponsoring Armed Groups To Keep The Country In Endless Bloodshed

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Juba: South Sudan Spy Chief General Akol Koor Kuc’s bloody acts and deadly moves aiming to keep South Sudan in a political quagmire have finally been unearthed and reported to democracy ‘preachers’ United States of America.

Gen Akol is the Director General of the National Security Service (NSS) of South Sudan.

Ever since S.Sudan gained independence in 2011 it has never tasted peace. President Salva Kiir’s tireless efforts to ‘manufacture’ peace in this country have met huge resistance from many political and armed factions sponsored by foreign and domestic enemies who use the situation to loot the country.

Some of those pinned for failing peace in the youngest African country include government officials who hide under Kiir’s armpits to push their terrible agendas.

Addressing the US Senate Committee on Foreign Relations in Washington, peace activist Peter Biar Ajak wasn’t shy to expose Gen Akol as among those in Gov’t using their close heavily guarded army officers to keep the country plunged into political crisis.

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For our first-time readers, this is not the first time Gen Akol is thrown into the limelight for his ‘dirty’ acts. It’s alleged that he has been commanding the extrajudicial killings of truck drivers who are normally murdered transporting goods to Juba.

It’s also alleged that Akol has been abducting innocent wanainchis in S.Sudan, funding armed groups to terrorize S.Sudan all aimed at thwarting peace in the youngest country so as to make people hate Kiir’s leadership.

Biar now says the U.S. should push the African Union to urgently set up the Hybrid Court in South Sudan to deal with merciless officials like Akol.

Also, the activist urged the U.S., working together with the African Union, the United Nations, and others to hold Akol and his group accountable by sanctioning and seizing their property purchased using public funds.

In fact, it should be remembered that a report that was recently released by a Washington DC (US) based investigations Organization, The Sentry exposed Gen Akol for diverting nearly one billion US dollars in a massive bank credit scam and purchasing swanky mansions in Kenya and other neighbouring countries.  

Read more about the report via; across South Sudan.

The three-year investigation report details how massive credit lines provided by banks in Qatar and Kenya were turned into an opportunity to steal from the oppressed, poverty-stricken, hungrier S.Sudanese, by Gen Akol among other high-end corrupt leaders.

”Akoor siphoned part of the money and he’s hiding it in the neighbouring Countries like Kenya, Uganda, and Ethiopia in sort of high-end Mansions and other investments. In Kampala and Nairobi alone, he has several apartments but of course in other people’s names, but we know,” says a source in Juba.

The source claimed that Akol and his clique connived with the would-be suppliers of the above goods and services and sent invoices, clearance, and other supporting documents to Qatar and Kenya Governments, clearing the ‘suppliers’ for payments pretending to have delivered the goods, whereas not. The money would then be shared between the would-be suppliers and the wigs in the security apparatus and other line agencies responsible for oversight roles.

”Government bigwigs would confirm to Qatar that indeed the goods and services were received and that the target audience (the poor Sudanese) got food, fuel to run hospitals and other public facilities and medicines which was totally false,” adds the source.

Meanwhile, the report states that after failing to account for these stolen funds by the mafias in S S, Gov’t entered into arbitration proceedings initiated by Qatar National Bank (QNB) at the International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes. By July 2020, the matter remained unresolved, and the government reached a debt-restructuring agreement with the bank.

The Sentry revealed that at the peak of the letters of credit program, more than two million people went without food, hospitals and clinics had to treat patients without medicine, and fuel shortages resulted in black market price gouging. “Eventually of course some poor people died, because there was no food, no medicine, but then they had to pretend like they were treating them whereas not,” our source in Juba added.

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