Embrace the screening process, JDB encouraged Bahr el Ghazal soldiers.
The committee tasked with screening troops for integration into the united armed forces at all training locations in the larger Bahr el Ghazal area has encouraged soldiers to cooperate and accept whatever rank honor bestowed upon them.
Lt. General Ashab Kamis Fahal, the deputy leader of the team for the Joint Defense Board, told troops on Monday at the Masan Biira Unified Training Camp in Wau, where the screening exercise was begun, that screening is the only means to decide the fit officers and the giving ranks.
“I notice there are folks here who are concerned about the term screening.” “Screening is not a negative thing,” Gen. Fahal stated. “The screening is to decide which position suits you, what might match you; there is no such thing as a terrible job; there is always a job that one is suited for, and this is what this committee is here to work for.”
“The committee has a duty,” he continued. We have come to grow our country, and in order to develop a country, everyone must play a role. Let us make this work without excluding anybody. “
Gen. Fahal asked the troops not to use violence, but instead to follow the norms and regulations and settle conflicts via negotiations.
“If somebody wants to cause an issue, let us remind him that the period of troubles is ended,” remarked Gen. Fahal. Let us come down and talk about it if there is anything. Our people have been through a lot, and the time has come for us to conduct some growth.”
Major General Abraham Gum Makauc, commander of SSPDF Division 5, expressed his condolences to the families of the 45 people who perished during the training in Masna Biira.
“I don’t have much to say other than to thank you for these two years.” “Let us stand in solidarity with the spirits of the 45 persons who perished at this training institution because they died on duty,” Gen. Makuac stated.
Kamil Wana Uraj, the state government’s minister of local government and law enforcement, urged the troops to strive for the welfare of the population.
“We are here to say goodbye to all of the challenges that we have faced in the country, and you are here as people who will rebuild the nation because a nation is founded by its own people,” Minister Uraj stated. “We need to keep this peace so that we can move this nation forward.” The considerable delay in graduating was due to the fact that we were at war, and it usually takes time to transfer from battle to peace. “
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