National Salvation Front (NAS/NSF) - South Sudan

The National Salvation Front (NSF) is an ethnic nationalist rebel movement in South Sudan, set to over trough President Salva Kiir. The leader is Lieutenant General Thomas Cirillo Swaka, formerly deputy head of logistics, that resigned accusing Kiir of turning South Sudan into a "tribal army."  Swaka and Kiir heralds from opposing tribal factions.  In an official statement released on 6 March 2017, Swaka explained the NSF's objective as fighting the current Juba Government and depose it. According to Swaka, the NSF will use all available means to restore law and order and the respect for human rights in the country. Swaka accused the Kiir government of seeking ethnic domination, referring to benefiting the DInka ehtnic group.  Swaka accuses the Kiir Government of transforming the military into a tribal militia that "targets non-Dinka ethnicity".Photo Notes: Lieutenant General Thomas Cirillo SwakaLogoThe following logo was used in the first NSF official…

National Salvation Front (NAS/NSF) - South Sudan is an active group formed c. 2017.
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