South Sudan

Malakal: Rebels Move to Capture Oil Fields


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We haven’t been able to get Col Philip Aguer, SPLA spokesperson’s comment on the same matter.

Full statement by the rebels:

Government troops and their Allies lost a strategic supplies and reinforcements route after it was overran by our Forces.

Wei-Miboor links Guel-Guk with Adar Oil Fields north of Malakal and its fall effectively leaves Kiir’s forces with no supplies and reinforcements linkage.

Wei-Miboor was captured by our Gallant Forces on 19-3-2014 under the Command of Brig. Gen. Peter Puok Koang deputised by Brig. Gen. Jack Riek Jack.

More information will follow on the number of equipment captured/ destroyed as well as personnel losses suffered by the attacking forces.

Meanwhile, our forces have intensified Shapping Operations in Guel-Guk with the decisive action due to be launched anytime deemed appropriate by the commanding officer.

Brig. Gen. Lul Ruai Koang,

Military Spokesperson for SPLM/SPLA in Opposition


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